- Fall, Spring
- Student Year
- Courses Offered By
- College of Arts and Letters, College of Engineering, College of Science, Keough School of Global Affairs, Mendoza College of Business
Hong Kong is a city of contrasts, a perfect blend of East meets West. The busy city pace gives way to natural countryside alongside skyscrapers and traditional lifestyles. Students studying in Hong Kong have access to richness and diversity packed into an easily navigable city.
The former British colony and now the Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong is a thriving and vibrant city of almost seven million. While legally part of China, Hong Kong is secluded from main land China as a dependency with a high degree of autonomy. The former colony has its own laws, separate immigration controls, financial system, and is officially bi-lingual (Chinese and English). Approximately 90% of the population also speaks Cantonese.
Hong Kong is a commercial and economic center surrounded by the natural beauty of the South China Sea and its nearby islands. The transportation network is excellent, and Hong Kong's shopping opportunities are world famous. In Hong Kong, you can find the all the conveniences of modern living side-by-side with the reminders of its historic past. Visitor highlights such as Ocean Park, the fantastic view at the top of Victoria Peak, and beautiful Repulse Bay draw tourists and residents alike.
It is a city rich in history and tradition, but at the same time is extremely modern. Benefiting from an efficient public transportation system, students are able to explore the city with ease. Considered a gateway to Asia and Mainland China, students will live and study in a uniquely situated city with access to all of Asia a flight or train ride away.
Whether you prefer a cosmopolitan lifestyle, one a bit further off the beaten path, or somewhere in between, Hong Kong offers it all. All three programs in Hong Kong offer a wide range of course work and welcome a diverse candidate pool.