Faculty of Engineering
The Faculty of Engineering is established in 1991 by Professor Sir Charles Kao, former Vice-Chancellor of CUHK and Godfather of Fibre Optics Communications. It is a hub of cutting-edge research and technology transfer as well as an effective training ground for engineers. Its strong professorial contingent consists of, among others, Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, IEEE Fellows, and the first Chinese scholar to win the prestigious Turing Award. Students will receive a sound engineering education through its rigorous Bachelor of Engineering and other programmes of study, and state-of-the-art facilities. A rich student life and abundant exchange and practical work-study opportunities combine to add value to this education and open up tremendous career prospects in Hong Kong and the world for Engineering graduates.
The Faculty of Engineering is committed to the education of future leaders in engineering, the pursuit of knowledge at the frontier of modern technology, and the application of technology to meet societal and human needs.