University Of Hong Kong Science And Technology
Hong Kong has several world-class universities，and some of them are located in the mainland China．These universities have attracted many talented students from around the world and provide good education for their students in mainland China．
Meanwhile，the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology （HKUST）has a reputation for being strong in engineering and natural sciences．
Meanwhile, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has a reputation for being strong in engineering and natural sciences. Its location in southern China makes it easy for students to travel to Hong Kong for internships or other opportunities.
The faculty at HKUST are working hard to make sure that students get the most out of their education by engaging them with real-world projects and competitions. Students can also take advantage of HKUST’s strong international partnerships, which allow them to study abroad in countries around the world including Australia, Canada, France and Germany.
HKUST also stands out for its links with industry and its emphasis on practical learning．
The University of Hong Kong Science and Technology (HKUST), established in 1991, is a research-led university with a strong commitment to science and technology. It has been ranked among the top universities in Asia since 2013 by both Quacquarelli Symonds and Times Higher Education rankings. HKUST also stands out for its links with industry and its emphasis on practical learning．
In October 2015, it was selected as one of the first few institutions worldwide to host an Innovation Hub under the ASEAN+3 (Association of Southeast Asian Nations Plus Three) Initiative on Science Technology Collaboration (ASTEC). The initiative aims at promoting regional collaboration in areas such as innovative technologies, industrial development strategies, human resource development through higher education cooperation or transfer of knowledge between research institutions within ASEAN+3 countries.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong （CUHK）is a leading teaching and research university with an international reputation for scholarship．
The Chinese University of Hong Kong （CUHK）is a leading teaching and research university with an international reputation for scholarship. It is located in the New Territories, at Lantau Island, 50 minutes by public transportation from the Central Business District (CBD). Its campus occupies 1.2 square kilometres (0.46 sq mi), including several teaching facilities and laboratories as well as recreational amenities such as a gymnasium, swimming pool and tennis courts.
The University is committed to providing quality education to all students regardless of race, colour or creed through its diverse curriculum that focuses on academic excellence and personal development. The University offers courses in both Chinese and English languages to provide students with bilingual education opportunities which will equip them with more career choices upon graduation from CUHK
Its most impressive figure is Li Ka-shing ，Asia’s wealthiest man and one of the world’s richest men，who donated the land where CUHK is located today。
Li Ka-shing is Asia’s wealthiest man, with a net worth of US$28.9 billion as of February 2017. He was born in Chaozhou, China and migrated to Hong Kong at the age of 16. In 1950 he borrowed HK$30,000 from his father and brother to start trading plastics and rubber scraps in Hong Kong with that money，which later grew into his conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa Limited (HWL). Li’s son married Carrie Lam’s daughter when she was studying abroad in London; Lam became Chief Executive Officer (the head of government) after winning a landslide victory against incumbent Tsang Yok-sing
In addition to good education in mainland China, Hongkong also has many excellent universities
In addition to good education in mainland China, Hongkong also has many excellent universities. The University of Hong Kong Science and Technology (HKUST) is one of the top universities which has been ranked among the world’s best.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) was founded in 1911 by Sir Paul Chater, who was a philanthropist from Shanghai and also the first chairman of HSBC bank. It was then known as The University of China, but later renamed as such when it became part of the British colonial system after World War II ended in 1945. CUHK students are known for their excellent academic results as well as their sporting achievements: they regularly win competitions against other top Chinese universities such as Peking University or Tsinghua University; moreover, some have gone on to become world-class athletes competing at Olympic Games!
Hong Kong University Science & Technology (HKUST) was established in 1991 through an act passed by Parliament within three years following its founding date – July 14th 1988 – under one goal: producing graduates with both technical knowledge and business acumen while keeping them connected with real-world projects so that they gain experience before graduation day arrives!
And don’t forget that studying in Hong Kong is an excellent option for all the international students who want to study abroad. The city offers everything from world-class universities to rich culture and entertainment options, while still being close enough to visit China!