Renowned neuroscientist Nancy Ip will become HKUST’s fifth president on October 19 after serving the institution in various roles for nearly three decades.
One student recalls “nightmare” of trying to exit Ukraine, after the Indian embassy urged all Indian nationals leave amid uncertainties of a Russian invasion.
Steepest percentage decline year on year from Hong Kong in a decade, according to latest data
Professor and university both unsure of reasons behind visa denial; law faculty dean pledges ‘to develop capacities in human rights research and training’.
Wong Tien Yin, a Hong Kong-born doctor and scientist, is the founding head of Tsinghua University’s new health care and medical sciences academy.
At Chinese University and Lingnan University, consequences for failing to comply with new rules for entering campus include involuntary withdrawal and forced leave.
Priscilla Wong, chairwoman of the Independent Police Complaints Council, is expected to take over from incumbent Arthur Li at start of next year.
Readers discuss HKU’s decision to offer only electronic access to newspapers in its libraries, the government’s vaccination and testing record website, and the city’s road map to achieving carbon neutrality.
Despite Brexit and Covid-19, demand for student accommodation is booming in Britain, especially close to London’s cultural hubs, as demand from overseas continues to grow
From odd job men to IT consultant and project manager, from reporter to landscape designer – for these Hongkongers, Vocational Training Council courses were a lifeline.
Leaked documents suggest project will saddle Hungary with US$1.3 billion debt and threaten plans to build low-cost student housing in the city.