One of the freest economies in the world, Hong Kong is a city of opportunity. In recent years, Hong Kong has developed a reputation as a major international hub for education with the majority of the regions' eight publicly-funded institutions ranked among the world’s top 100.
One such institution is City University of Hong Kong (CityU), a leading teaching and research university, ripe with opportunities. The university is ranked 52nd by the QS Global World University Ranking 2020.
The US News & World Report ranking lists CityU’s Computer Sciences as #11 worldwide, and #1 in Hong Kong, with Engineering #15 worldwide and #1 in Hong Kong. The university is also 1st in International Outlook Times Higher Education 2019 rankings.
CityU is dynamic and innovative, focusing on nurturing and developing the talents of students and creating applicable knowledge to support social and economic advancement.
In collaboration with Cornell University in 2017, CityU pioneered the development of Hong Kong's only Veterinary Medicine program. In 2018, CityU launched its School of Data Science – the first stand-alone school in the region to focus on data science.
For students interested in international experience, City University of Hong Kong offers exciting joint degree programmes with world-renowned institutions, including Columbia University in the City of New York, National Taiwan University, Taiwan and Leuphana University, Germany.
City University of Hong Kong offers undergraduate and postgraduate study in a broad range of disciplines across 5 colleges and four schools:
CityU offers an Entrance Scholarship Scheme for international students enrolled in full-time government-funded bachelor's degree programs.
Scholarships are awarded competitively and range from top scholarships, covering students living and study expenses, to full-tuition and half-tuition scholarships.
“I chose Hong Kong because it is closer to my home country, Pakistan and because it’s famous for its Fintech and entrepreneurial environment," shared Ibrahim Shabbir, a Computer Science major from CityU.
"The prospect of spending a whole year in industry and gaining hands-on practical and professional experience made CityU a unique choice in Hong Kong."
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