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City University of Hong Kong

With an emphasis on professional education and research, CityU produces graduates with the ability to anticipate and precipitate change in a rapidly-evolving, globalised world.

In recent years, CityU has performed strongly in university rankings and is currently among the top 10 in Asia and the top 100 in the world. It is a fast-growing institution with undergraduate and postgraduate students and academic staff in business, creative media, data science, energy and environment, engineering, humanities and social sciences, law, science, and veterinary medicine and life sciences.

Our curriculum emphasises innovation and creativity, and this principle underlies all aspects of the University’s professional education and problem-driven research. Supported by novel learning spaces and facilities in new buildings, the curriculum embodies CityU’s Strategic Plan for a new era of growth.

CityU has established itself as one of the most innovative universities in Asia, pioneering research in diverse fields that are of high relevance on pressing issues. The success of its research programmes is reflected in both the amount of funding received and the number of projects funded as well as the quality of its research output.

CityU’s proximity to, and close ties with, mainland China, as well as its international partnerships and outlook, make the University ideally positioned to provide a dynamic learning and research environment for students and faculty from all over the world. Both the stature and sheer volume of CityU’s relationships with global institutions continue to grow.

Workshop – SAE Magnetics Lecture Theatre (LT-9)

Location: Floor 4, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building (Show map)
Getting Here

By MTR East Rail Line / Kwun Tong Line:

  1. Get off at Kowloon Tong station.
  2. Find Exit C to Festival Walk then take Exit C2.
  3. In Festival Walk, go up to Level LG1, there is a Pedestrian Subway which will lead you to CityU campus.
  4. Go straight after walking through the Pedestrian Subway, walk through the red doors to enter the Yeung Kin Man Academic Building.
  5. Go straight ahead past the Bookshop and you will see escalators on your right.
  6. Go up one level to the University Concourse.
  7. You will see all the lecture theatres on both sides of the Concourse.

Opening Ceremony – Wong Cheung Lo Hui Yuet Hall

Location: Floor 5, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (Show map)
Getting Here

By MTR East Rail Line / Kwun Tong Line:

  1. Get off at Kowloon Tong station.
  2. Find Exit C to Festival Walk then take Exit C2.
  3. In Festival Walk, go up to Level LG1, there is a Pedestrian Subway which will lead you to CityU campus.
  4. After walking through the Pedestrian Subway, go down the staircase on your right and follow the directional signs, you will find yourself walking under a covered corridor alongside the garden which will lead you to the University Circle.
  5. Go along the covered walkway and follow the directional signs which will lead you to Lau Ming Wai Academic Building.
  6. Wong Cheung Lo Hui Yuet Hall is on Floor 5 of Lau Ming Wai Academic Building.

Science Park

At the heart of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) is Science Park – a sprawling 22-hectare waterfront ecosystem that houses some of the world’s most advanced laboratories and R&D offices (330,000 m2), as well as a seamless network of support spaces.

No matter your field of expertise or area of research – from robotics to renewable energy to pharmaceuticals – Science Park is the ideal and one of the most coveted location in the world for tech startups and companies.

In addition to the world-class infrastructure that keeps you connected at all times and puts the power of the cloud at your fingertips, the Park also offers a full range of leisure and lifestyle facilities, including shops, restaurants and even a club house; making Science Park a community within itself.

The Park currently comprises 21 state-of-the-art buildings. All our offices space, laboratories and MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) venues are available for rental or on a project basis, and spaces can be tailored to meet your exact requirements.

Conveniently located in Hong Kong, accessible within 15 minutes by car and 30 minutes by public bus from central business district. Science Park is also just 30 minutes away from the border, the manufacturing hub in Shenzhen. A multitude of transportation options are on offer, so you can enjoy the best of both world – a world-class facility for your work, and an international metropolis for you to explore.

Scientific Conferences – Charles K. Kao Auditorium

Location: Science Park E Ave, Pak Shek Kok, Hong Kong (Show map)
Getting Here

Visitors can use different means of public transportation to go to Science Park.

Kowloon Motor Bus (KMB)
272K – Between Mass Transit Railway (MTR) University Station Bus Terminus and Science Park
272S – Between MTR Diamond Hill Station Bus Terminus and Science Park
43P – Between MTR Tsuen Wan West Station Bus Terminus and Science Park
74D – Between Kwun Tong Ferry Bus Terminus and Tai Po Kau Lung Hang (via Science Park)
74P – Between Kwun Tong Ferry Bus Terminus and Tai Po Central (via Science Park)

The green minibus No. 27 (16-seater) travels between Sha Tin MTR Station (Pai Tau Street) and Science Park.

Kerry Hotel Hong Kong

With pride of place on Kowloon’s vibrant waterfront, at the heart of Hung Hom Bay, Kerry Hotel is an urban lifestyle resort offering guests unique dining concepts, extraordinary spaces and spectacular harbour views.

The first Kerry Hotel in Hong Kong boasts the largest hotel meeting, event and catering facilities in the city and is only steps away from Tsim Sha Tsui East shopping district. With the new Whampoa MTR Station on its doorstep, the hotel is seamlessly connected to the rest of Hong Kong via underground train, ferry, bus, taxi and hotel limousine services.

Over sixty per cent of the 546 guestrooms feature harbour views. With rooms ranging from the Deluxe City View Room with a layout comprising 42 square metres to the hotel’s stunning Presidential Suite with a layout of 294 square metres, the hotel has something for every preference. Guests will be swept away by views of Victoria Harbour and the Hong Kong Island skyline, as well as a world-class art collection and designer interiors.

Gala Dinner – Grand Ballroom

Location: 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong (Show map)
Getting Here
  • Whampoa MTR Station to Kerry Hotel
    Leave the station through Exit C2 of Whampoa MTR station and turn right out of the station. Continue down Shung King Street, over the traffic lights at the crossroads. Turn left at the crossroads onto Hung Luen Road and the Kerry Hotel is on the right hand side.
  • Airport Express & Shuttle
    The Airport Express train departs from the airport’s Main Arrival Hall to Kowloon MTR Station every 10 minutes.
    A shuttle (route number K1) is available from Kowloon MTR Station to the hotel. K1 Service hours: 6.15am – 11pm (every 15 minutes)
    Taxis are readily available at the airport. A one-way journey, which takes approximately 30 minutes, costs around HKD 350. Charges for extra luggage and a toll fee apply.