Established as a University in 1994, CityU now has four Colleges and three Schools: College of Business, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, College of Science and Engineering, College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, School of Creative Media, School of Energy and Environment and School of Law.
The four colleges: Business, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Science and Engineering, Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences; and the School of Creative Media, School of Data Science, School of Energy and Environment, and School of Law offer academic programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels.
CityU sees research as one of the key elements in its strategy to become a leading university in the region. The University concentrates its resources to achieve excellence in selected areas of research, and focuses on applied research with direct local and regional relevance.
City University of Hong Kong is a dynamic, fast-growing university that is pursuing excellence in research and professional education. As a publicly-funded institution, the University is committed to nurturing and developing students' talents and creating applicable knowledge to support social and economic advancement. The University has eight Colleges/Schools. As part of its pursuit of excellence, the University aims to recruit outstanding scholars from all over the world in various disciplines, including business, creative media, data science, energy and environment, science and engineering, humanities and social sciences, law, veterinary medicine and life sciences.
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Our service includes:
Develop policies to recruit high quality faculty and staff to support the needs of the University.
Provide a competitive compensation and benefits package and career structure that help attract, retain and reward faculty and staff.
Coordinate performance-based pay review to motivate, retain and reward faculty and staff.
Develop and coordinate training programmes, as well as formulate and implement policies and administrative procedures to support development activities.
Living in the Student Residence is a good way to enhance self-management and interpersonal skills. Residence Masters, Residence Tutors and students live together as a community in the halls of residence.
In line with the University’s mission to nurture and develop the talents of students and to create applicable knowledge, the Library endeavours to support and augment learning, teaching and research by providing an environment conducive to studying and offering seamless access to the diverse, up-to-date and high-quality resources. It delivers effective and value-added services and actively encourages and facilitates use of the collections and services critical to the success of students and faculty.
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Young Chung-Yee Health Centre is a medical and dental clinic on campus that provides general medical consultations and dental care services to members of CityU. Fees may vary depending on your enrolment status, including whether you are a regular degree, not-for-degree, or government funded programme student.
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All the courses in my university are especially hard. This is happening because it is ranked as 55th in the world and they are trying their best to get better and better every year. However, what is really good in this university are the professors. All of them, are always keen to help. You can just walk in at their office and make them a question or asked to explain you...
City University was an amazing experience. If possible, I would definetely live on campus, because it is cheap and you always have your friends aroud you. Hong Kong is a great place for getting to know an Asian city, hiking in the nature (yes there is nature!) and visiting one of the many islands. The studies were easy. I only had university two days the week. As an...
The university can boast wonderful facilities and opportunities for its students, but the overall quality of teaching could be improved a lot. Most of the lecturers are competent, well-educated professionals who struggle to communicate their material in English. The university itself, despite having the best intentions, consistently fails to cater to non-local students in...