BEng in Mechanical Engineering

What is Mechanical Engineering?

Mechanical engineering plays a vital role in all engineering systems that involve moving parts, such as aeroplanes, building ventilation, automobile, medical equipment, power plants, robots, to name just a few. Mechanical engineers invent, design, analyze, operate and develop mechanical systems; they are trained to cope with a variety of challenges and have a very broad career spectrum.


The programme has choices of guided electives in biomechanical engineering, building services engineering, energy engineering, environmental engineering, materials science & engineering and of course the other general mechanical engineering subjects.

Teaching subject groups:

  • Aeronautical Engineering;
  • Applied Mathematics & Computer Programming;
  • Biomechanical Engineering;
  • Building Services Engineering;
  • Control, Automation and Instrumentation;
  • Design & Manufacturing;
  • Dynamics, Vibration & Acoustics;
  • Energy & Environment;
  • Fluid Mechanics;
  • Management, Economics & Ethics;
  • Materials and Nano-technologies;
  • Mechanics of Solids;
  • Thermal Engineering.

Aircraft Engine

Selected list of employers who hire our recent graduates

Manufacturing: ASM Assembly Automation, Fong’s Industries, Johnson Electric.

Transport & Public Utilities: Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company, KMB, MTRC, China Light and Power, Hongkong Electric, Hong Kong & China Gas.  

Building, Construction & Consulting Firms: ATAL Engineering, Gammon Construction, Maunsell-AECOM, Ove Arup & Partners, Wong & Ouyang Ltd., WSP Hong Kong Ltd., Meinhardt, Hsin Chong, Jardine Engineering Corporation, Southa, Parson Brinckerchoff (Asia) Ltd., Swire Properties, Sun Hung Kai Property Ltd.
Government: Airport Authority, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, Environmental Protection Department, Water Supplies Department, Drainage Services Department, Architectural Services Department, Housing Department.
Finance and Insurance: AXA, Hang Seng Bank, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, HSBC Bank


Dr. P.K.L. Chan
Tel: (852) 3917 2634
Prof. C.O. Ng
Tel: (852) 3917 2622