Undergraduate (Ug) programmes provide students with a broad-based engineering education and rich opportunities for experiential learning.

Taught Postgraduate

As leading Engineering and Computer Science Curricula for Master's education, our Taught Postgraduate (TPg) curricula aim at providing advanced education and imparting up-to-date and cutting-edge knowledge to qualified students.

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Research Postgraduate

Our research postgraduate students are motivated and being ready to make a difference in Engineering and advance the world with knowledge, innovations and new discoveries.
The Faculty of Engineering seeks to benefit society by creating world-leading engineering knowledge that fosters sustainability, prosperity and resilience.
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    Jan 7
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      Dec 14
      33 Engineering students received awards at the Graduate School Award Presentation Ceremony
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        Dec 12
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          Dec 10
          Building Sanitation Facilities for Tan Hung Secondary School, Vietnam
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            Dec 5
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            Mr. Daniel T.W. Looi of Civil Engineering & Ms Ya-Huei Chang of Mechanical Engineering won the HKIE...
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              "Invention for Schools" Contest
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