About The University of Hong Kong
The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is an international public research university in Hong Kong, China, known as the “Ivy League” of Asia.
HKU was founded on March 16, 1910 and is the oldest higher education institution in Hong Kong. The University of Hong Kong has always adopted English as the medium of instruction since its founding, and its academic research is mostly seamless and interactive with Europe and the United States. Thanks to this, for a long time, the University has been a unique banner of higher education in China, renowned in Asia and the world for its expertise in medicine, business, humanities, politics and law.
With ten faculties and research schools, 7,795 faculty members and 29,099 students, HKU has demonstrated strong research strength in the fields of economics, finance, accounting, biomedical sciences, dentistry, education, humanities, law, linguistics, political science and social sciences. Read More.