Asu University is to admit undergraduate students as of November 8th.
The decision follows recent admissions by universities across the country.
Asu University, which is the country’s first university to admit undergraduates in 2016, is the first to introduce a three-year undergraduate degree program.
The undergraduate degree is a 4-year degree which is offered for the first two years.
Students will have access to the university’s library and online learning platform to study and learn, while the university will also support the careers of local graduates and the broader community.
As a new four-year programme, the university is the largest of the country and is expected to attract around 20,000 undergraduates this academic year.
“We have seen an incredible increase in the number of students in our undergraduate programme, as well as the number and interest of students who want to go to Asu,” said Asu President and Provost Yau Kwan-wai in a press release.
“We are also proud to have attracted an exceptional number of international students, including many from around the world.”
As a newly founded university, Asu is proud to be among the first in the country to offer undergraduate degree programs to undergraduates, a move that will allow us to serve a larger number of incoming students and also to help them to better prepare for a career in the private sector,” he added.
As an additional option, Asui University is also providing a two-year certificate of further study to those students who complete their undergraduate degree in the second year of the programme.