Colleges, Schools and Departments
The College of Business has long-standing partnerships with the mainland and Hong Kong business community that reinforce Hong Kong’s competitive edge. The college is one of the premier business schools in the world, accredited by AACSB International and EQUIS.
The scope of the College of Engineering encompasses transformational research and teaching areas as diverse as computer science; civil/electronic/biomedical/systems/mechanical engineering; materials science; and architecture and building technology.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences is committed to conducting social science research that addresses critical social issues. Research projects cover a wide range of topics that expand our understanding of the human condition and development of human values.
The innovative programmes and world-class research offered at the College of Science maintain a meaningful impact on local, regional and global societies. Aligning closely with the strategic goals and developments of the University, the College creates new knowledge and pursues cutting-edge ideas at the frontiers of science study today.
The Jockey Club College of Veterinary Medicine and Life Sciences, the first of its kind in Hong Kong, serves as a leading local and regional centre of excellence in research and training. The College has launched the first 6-year Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine programme in Asia designed to meet strenuous international accreditation standards.
Hong Kong is one of the most influential and productive creative media hubs in the world, and CityU’s School of Creative Media plays a central role in providing the talent that supports this well-earned reputation.
The School of Data Science is a strategic development of CityU to meet the demands of a data-driven economy in the future. It aims to become a world-class hub for excellence in this exciting new academic discipline.
The School of Energy and Environment is one of the few in the region to lead teaching and research in two of the most pressing issues of our time — environmental quality and sustainable development in Greater China and the Asia-Pacific region.
The School of Law aspires to be an internationally-renowned centre for research and the teaching of law. The school is distinguished by its strong commitment to scholarship in common law, comparative law and international law, with an emphasis on Chinese law.
To provide a better focus for the further development of its postgraduate programmes, the University established the School of Graduate Studies in 1994. The School provides better coordination and strategic direction to ensure the continued development of postgraduate studies at the University.