Campus Life

HKUST is more than just a place to learn. We aim at developing our students to their full potential, preparing them to take the next step towards career success. We focus on creating a unique learning experience for each of our students, and developing future business leaders in Asia for the world.

Spreading over 60 hectares in a beautiful setting in Clear Water Bay, the HKUST campus provides students with a relaxing environment to study and grow. Students enjoy all benefits of a full-scale university campus with a wide range of facilities and support services.

Student amenities such as banks, medical clinics, a supermarket, a bookstore, postal services, hair salon, souvenir shop, and choices of Asian and Western catering outlets are located on campus. Other facilities include a five-storey library with over 700,000 books, periodicals, microfilms and 100 electronic databases, computer barns, wireless Internet access, a language-learning center, a self-access center with multimedia resources, swimming pools, a fitness center, tennis courts, an athletic track, and a soccer pitch.

A wide range of facilities are also provided to encourage extra-curricular activities and the pursuit of hobbies, and to enhance the quality of campus life. These include conference and meeting rooms, common and quiet rooms, workshops and a darkroom, karaoke and music rooms, and a performance stage.

Public transportation is conveniently available, with the campus located less than 30 minutes away from the city center. HKUST is nearby Hang Hau, home to the Tseung Kwan O Public Hospital, major supermarkets, an impressive range of restaurants, various shopping malls, and a wet market. Just 10 minutes from the main campus by bus is Sai Kung, famous for its seafood restaurants, water sports facilities—including one of Hong Kong’s two yacht clubs—and country parks with a wealth of hiking, mountain biking and camping possibilities.

 

Lee Shau Kee Campus

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The Lee Shau Kee Campus— including the Lee Shau Kee Business Building and the Institute for Advanced Study, was built in 2013. Located atop the HKUST’s main campus, the Lee Shau Kee Campus occupies about 10 hectares, representing about 15% of the total campus area.

The HKUST Business School is located in this business building. Students can enjoy state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities and an exclusive area for them to work on group projects or assignments.