A comprehensive research university with a global vision, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) embraces internationalisation in its education and research, with a view to achieving excellence and gaining recognition for the University as a global leader.
The first student exchange program at the University was launched in 1965 with the University of California system. Today, CUHK has formal partnerships with over 450 institutions around the world, ranging from teaching and research collaborations to faculty and student exchanges, apart from joining a number of international associations to facilitate academic exchange. Serving as its international relations arm, the Office of Academic Links (OAL) promotes and facilitates the internationalisation of CUHK in its research, teaching and learning programmes so as to seek recognition for the University as a leader on the global stage.
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The latest issue of CUHK eNews is now available. It provides the latest updates about the University to international partners, featuring its research and teaching achievements, ongoing developments, student accomplishments and key events. (more…)
Call for Applications: The Royal Society International Exchanges Schemes 2021 (Deadline: 10 June 2021)
The Royal Society is now calling applications for two International Exchanges Schemes. The schemes provide funding support for visits to stimulate collaborations between scientists in the UK/US and overseas, including Hong Kong. (more…)
The Journal of Public Health and Emergency is calling for abstract submission of case studies of health interventions that were unsuccessful for inclusion in a special edition. Publications about health-related interventions that did not succeed in achieving their objectives are rare. Yet, these examples provide an important opportunity for students
The APRU Global Health Case Competition is an annual competition that allows teams of students to devise solution to pressing global health challenges. Participating teams have to prepare a 10-minute video proposing a realistic, well-designed and innovative solution to the challenge. This is open to all university students (undergraduates and
2030 is the target year to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, an action plan for people, planet and prosperity. Without immediate actions to combat the climate crisis, we may have to face extreme weather, floods, droughts and sea-level rise by 2030, with dire consequences. With a steadfast commitment
The 16th APRU Multi-Hazards Symposium 2021 on ‘Building Partnerships for Sustainable Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) for All Hazards’ led by the University of Indonesia will be held virtually during 24-25 November 2021. CUHK members (faculty and students) are invited to submit an abstract on the following topics: Engineering and