International and Mainland Collaboration
HKU has been actively establishing strategic international alliances with universities and research institutions worldwide. The University is also committed to cultivating internationalism on campus and to supporting staff and student mobility projects and international programmes at all levels.
The University is a founding member of Universitas 21, a network of comprehensive research-intensive universities covering all corners of the globe. One of the main objectives of Universitas 21 is to assist in the aspiration of its members to become global universities and to advance their plans for internationalisation.
The HKU Worldwide Student Exchange Programme, established in 1998, provides opportunities for undergraduate students to live and learn in many countries around the world, provides support services to both incoming and outgoing exchange students.
The HKU Worldwide China Programme lets students participate in different academic and internship programmes at renowned universities and corporations in Mainland China. HKU is also the most popular Hong Kong university choice of mainland students.
The University has a wide range of collaboration activities involving faculties, research centres and institutes at HKU and international world-class institutions, including collaborative research projects, visiting professorships, and joint doctorate programmes.
For more details of the University's research activities, please go to http://www.hku.hk/research