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Website Information

Browsers support and best viewing

Our homepage design is best viewed with Internet Explorer 8 or above, JavaScript enabled, on monitors with at least hi-color and 1024x768 pixels.

Site structure

The University homepage (www.cityu.edu.hk) and most second level pages are maintained by the Webmaster webmaster@cityu.edu.hk. Homepages of departments/offices/centres/units and personal homepages of staff and students are maintained by the respective parties.

Copyright

Some of the material on our website is protected by copyright and you may infringe it if you reproduce, publish, distribute or exploit such information in whole or in part in any form without the prior written permission of City University of Hong Kong.

Disclaimer/Complaints

All information provided by our website is subject to change and periodic review. If you find any problem with our information, if you believe your copyright has been infringed or if you would like a hyperlink to your site removed, please notify the Webmaster webmaster@cityu.edu.hk.

Accessibility

The City University of Hong Kong is committed to making its websites accessible to the widest audience possible. To ensure an adequate and uniform coverage, all websites must include reasonable efforts to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 standard, Level AA conformance. Each unit is responsible for their own websites for web accessibility. If you find any aspect of University websites inaccessible or encounter any difficulty in use, please direct to the OCIO (cio@cityu.edu.hk) for investigation and referral. For more details, please see our University-Wide Web Accessibility Policy

The University homepage has attained Triple Gold Award for website accessibility in 2016 and achieved the highest level of compliance to the accessibility guidelines issued by the Government of HKSAR in 3 consecutive years.
Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme 2016

Data privacy

City University of Hong Kong records visits to our websites by using cookies and page tagging without collecting any personal identifiable information of users. Information is collected, stored, and processed by the University or the University chosen third-party service providers for compiling usage statistics of our website, tracking the performance of our social media messages, as well as online advertisements. For different purposes and at different times, you may be invited to provide personal data to the University on a voluntary and needed basis. Please read our University's Privacy Policy Statement for details on personal data collection, access and correction issues.

Cookies

A cookie is a small amount of data created in the web browser when a person visits a website. It often includes an anonymous unique identifier. This kind of cookie can be used to identify a computer. It, however, is not used to collect any personal information. In other words, it does not have the function of identifying an individual user of the website. Cookies are used by the University to store users’ preferences, building statistics about the number of visits of users to our websites, and analysing web usage patterns. In some cases, the University will make use of the collected usage pattern for advertisements on third-party website(s). You may choose to accept or reject cookies in your web browser settings. If you reject the cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functions in our website.

Page Tagging

Web beacons, pixels, and remarketing tags are used to collect statistics on web usage patterns of University websites; and for tracking the performance of our online advertisements. These technologies use transparent image placed on certain webpages to collect data on user activities. The collected data are aggregated and analysed for measuring the effectiveness and improving the usability of our websites and our online advertisements. No personal identifiable information about a visitor would be collected. You may wish to disable these kinds of tracking by disabling cookies in your browser, or minimising the tracking by browsing our websites in private/privacy mode of your browser, or installing tools and add-ons which prevent similar tracking.

Webmaster

Send queries and comments on this homepage to the Webmaster webmaster@cityu.edu.hk.

Postal address and contact numbers

City University of Hong Kong
Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon
Hong Kong SAR

General enquiries: +852 3442 7654
24-hours Emergency Phone: +852 3442 8888


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