Faculty of Architecture
Faculty of Architecture

The University began to provide professional education in architecture in 1950. In 1975 it introduced a building programme, which later developed into the current surveying programme. The Faculty of Architecture was established in 1984, replacing the former School of Architecture, to provide professional education in both architecture and surveying.

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Faculty of Business and Economics
Faculty of Business and Economics

The Faculty of Business and Economics takes an entrepreneurial approach to meeting the challenges and embracing the opportunities of a rapidly changing global economy and business environment by drawing together the strengths of seven academic areas, namely Accounting and Law, Economics, Finance, Innovation and Information Management, Marketing, Management, and Strategy and International Business.

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Faculty of Dentistry
Faculty of Dentistry

The HKU Faculty of Dentistry is unique in Hong Kong for dental education and is considered to be the premier centre for postgraduate dental education and training in Southeast Asia.

Students enjoy first-class facilities, including state-of-the-art laboratories, comprehensive library services, a Postgraduate Habitat, and assistance provided by dental surgery assistants, dental technicians, dental hygienists, and laboratory technicians. Currently, about 180 students from all parts of Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Australia are engaged in postgraduate study at our Faculty. Our teaching staff also hail from all corners of the globe and are highly recognized experts internationally.

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Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

The Faculty of Education was established in The University of Hong Kong in 1984, having previously been a department in the Faculty of Arts and then a School of Education. However, the University has been involved in teacher education since 1917, and to this day it remains a major provider of teacher education in Hong Kong.

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Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering is one of the two founding faculties of The University of Hong Kong when it was first established in 1912. It is one of the largest comprehensive engineering faculties in Hong Kong. It encompasses most if not all disciplines of engineering and has a strong tradition of research in both traditional and novel areas. The Faculty has five departments: Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.

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Faculty of Law
Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law is Hong Kong's leading law school. It has a cherished heritage, is ranked among the best law faculties in the world and is highly regarded for providing quality legal education and life-long learning opportunities.

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Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine
Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine

The University of Hong Kong's Medical Faculty is the oldest faculty in tertiary-education in Hong Kong. Its origins go back to 1887, when the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese was founded by the London Missionary Society. Besides training doctors and nurses, the Faculty has always been at the forefront of medical research and development of new clinical services for the benefit of humankind.

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Faculty of Science
Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science boasts a long history of excellence in basic research and a team of outstanding scholars from around the world with a wide range of research expertise. We have about 130 professorial staff, 500 postgraduate students and comparable numbers of postdoctoral researchers and research staff. In recent years, the Faculty has also placed increasing emphasis on and achieved remarkable progress in applied and strategic areas of research.

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Faculty of Social Sciences
Faculty of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences was established in 1967, and has undergone rapid expansion and significant transformation since. The Faculty has six core Departments/Centre: Geography, Politics and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Social Administration, and Sociology, and Journalism and Media Studies Centre. The Faculty is also the home to six multidisciplinary research centres.

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