By arming learners of all ages and walks of life with crucial technical and soft skills, we facilitate the creation of sustainable solutions for global issues, striving towards the SDG of ensuring quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all.
Our engineering research team has developed the first visual-based analytical system for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) videos, which provides interactive, in-depth, and user-friendly analysis of e-learning behavior, promising improvement in teaching quality and more demand-focused MOOC programs.
We connect our students to a vast network of mentors who are serial entrepreneurs, VC or alumni. They offer startup advice and guidance on vision and mission, helping student entrepreneurs turn their innovative business ideas into reality that can make a difference in the world.
The one-year International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) traineeship program, an experiential learning opportunity exclusively for HKUST students, allows the selected candidate to gain a deeper understanding of humanitarian work and nurture a global vision for sustainable development.
The first-of-its-kind program in creative arts and music education. Renowned global composers and performers are invited to participate in open discussions, lectures, and concerts, providing our students with a unique learning experience to be developed into innovative and imaginative thinkers.
The Student Innovation for Global Health Technology (SIGHT) program challenges students to create and implement innovative solutions against a broad range of healthcare problems for resource-limited communities through coursework, team projects, and overseas study trips.
A one-stop STEM learning hub to spark junior high students’ inquisitiveness and inspire young learners to solve everyday problems with a scientific mind. The platform provides a wide variety of STEM resources accessible to teachers, students, and the general public.
Organized by the Center for Global & Community Engagement, the competition invites students from mainstream schools and those with special educational needs and physical disabilities, and ethnic minority students to design and build their own underwater robot to complete different underwater missions.