HKU Faculty of Engineering – Master’s degree curricula – Innovation and Commitment

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The Faculty of Engineering is one of the founding faculties of The University of Hong Kong when it was established in 1912. Being one of the largest comprehensive engineering faculties in Hong Kong, it encompasses most if not all disciplines of engineering. Its five departments focus respectively on civil engineering, computer science, electrical and electronic engineering, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, and mechanical engineering.

The Faculty has been providing well-rounded curricula and high-quality engineering education in global knowledge-based economy at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and making significant contributions to Hong Kong and the engineering community world-wide by training top-rated engineers. The Faculty of Engineering continues to attract the best students from Hong Kong and elsewhere to study a range of diverse curricula.

The Faculty currently offers 10 master’s degree curricula which are taught by high-calibre HKU faculty members, internationally renowned professors from prestigious overseas universities, leading industrialists and practitioners. Updated constantly, these curricula place a strong emphasis on high-quality education and applied research knowledge of professional and practical importance.   An innovation grant, equivalent to 15% of the tuition, will be awarded to all successful part-time applicants.  Generous scholarships are available for well-qualified full-time and part-time Master’s students for all programmes. The scholarships from individual department have been approved, though the amount may be adjusted this year due to the innovation grant. More information is available from individual departments. In addition, the UGC Targeted TPg Programmes Fellowships are available for MSc(Eng) in Building Services Engineering and MSc in Computer Science.

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