University Grants Committee (Hong Kong)

Non-statutory advisory committee responsible for counselling the Government of Hong Kong on the financing and expansion needs of its subsidised higher education institutions.

- University Grants Committee (Hong Kong)

48 related topics

Relevance

Lingnan University

Only public liberal arts university in Hong Kong.

Entrance of Lingnan University
An old building of Lingnan University in Guangzhou, which is now used by Sun Yat-sen University
Lingnan University Campus in Fu Tei, Tuen Mun

The 2014 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) published by University Grants Committee in Hong Kong shows that:

Education University of Hong Kong

Seal of The Education University of Hong Kong
Seal of The Education University of Hong Kong
Logo of HKIEd (1994–2016)
EdUHK Campus View

The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), founded in 1994 as The Hong Kong Institute of Education (HKIEd), is one of eight subsidised universities under the University Grants Committee of Hong Kong and the only one dedicated to teacher education.

Hong Kong Baptist University

English-language publicly funded tertiary liberal arts institution with a Christian education heritage.

Emblem of HKBU
Hong Kong Baptist University in December 2016
The Shaw Campus in July 2016
Communication and Visual Arts Building in October 2016
Joint Sports Centre in August 2008

After this bill became law, the college instead began to receive funding from the University and Polytechnic Grants Committee.

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

English-language public research university in Clear Water Bay Peninsula, New Territories, Hong Kong.

The Entrance Piazza with the sundial sculpture
Bird's-eye view of the HKUST campus
Beach below the promenade of HKUST that leads up to undergraduate residential halls
Western section of the promenade of HKUST
Sunrise at HKUST
Lee Shau Kee Business Building houses the HKUST Business School
HKUST Library Building
Undergraduate Hall VIII of HKUST

It is an institution funded by the University Grants Committee (UGC).

List of higher education institutions in Hong Kong

List of higher education institutions in Hong Kong, under Hong Kong law.

Only the first three categories (UGC-funded institutions, self-funded institutions and public institutions, except Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education) are eligible to award bachelor's degree or above in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

English-language public research university located in Hung Hom, Hong Kong near Hung Hom station.

Pao Yue-Kong Library in August 2013
Hung Hom Bay Student Halls of Residence, Jockey Club Wing in March 2013.
Block VA, the building for the PolyU Students’ Union in March 2014.
Hung Hom campus, viewed from the west in July 2016
Hung Hom campus is located in the urban transportation hub. Taken in November 2005.
Cheong Wan Road Entrance in June 2017
Anita Chan Lai Ling Building and the grass in front of it in August 2013
Jockey Club Auditorium in May 2019
Block N and Logo Square in August 2013
The bell tower is one of the gathering places for students. Taken in May 2019.
A sitting-out area on campus in August 2013
Li Ka Shing Tower in October 2013
Communal Building in September 2018
Shirley Chan Building, Choi Kai Yau Building and Mong Mn Wai Building in February 2013
Ho Iu Kwong Building/Industrial Centre (Block W) in August 2018
Y Core in January 2013
Innovation Tower in August 2013
Block X in October 2017
Block Z in August 2013
Hotel Icon in July 2011
Chiang Chen Studio Theatre in May 2019
PolyU West Kowloon Campus in February 2012

The University is one of the eight government-funded degree-granting tertiary institutions in Hong Kong.

University of Hong Kong

Public research university in Hong Kong.

Arms of The University of Hong Kong
The Main Building in 1912.
Main Building in 1946, with visible damage from the Second World War.
Main Building
Main Building corridor
Eliot Hall and Meng Wah Complex
The Kadoorie Biological Sciences Building and the Pillar of Shame.
T.T. Tsui Building
Academic Conference Room of the Faculty of Law at the Cheng Yu Tung Tower on the Centennial Campus with the view of Victoria Harbour
The University Museum and Art Gallery from Bonham Road.
University Hall
The Students' Union Building before its revamp in 2011
HKU SPACE Admiralty Learning Centre
HKU's shield of arms, granted in 1913
Anti-shark finning protest at Maxim's restaurant at the University of Hong Kong 10 February 2018

In 2018/19, the Research Grants Council (RGC) granted HKU a total research funding of HK$12,127 million (41.3% of overall RGC funding), which was the highest among all universities in Hong Kong.

Yang Ti-liang

Retired senior Hong Kong judge.

Image of the medal

From 1981 to 1984, Yang was chairman of the University and Polytechnic Grants Committee.

Lu Yongxiang (engineer)

Chinese mechanical engineer and politician.

CAS Chairman Lu Yongxiang (right) speaking to GISAID President Peter Bogner (center) and International Academy of Sciences President John Campbell (left) in 2009

Member, University Grants Committee (Hong Kong), (1996–2003)

Hong Kong Metropolitan University

University in Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong.

HKMU Main Campus and Jockey Club Institute of Health Care
The HKMU Campus Phase I High Block (Cheng Yu Tung Building), facing Fat Kwong Street
HKMU Main Campus Banner
The HKMU Campus Phase I Low Block, facing Good Shepherd Street
HKMU Jockey Club Institute of Health Care
The HKMU Campus Phase II (Kwok Tak Seng Building), facing Fat Kwong Street
The HKMU Main Campus viewed from Fat Kwong Street
The HKMU Campus (Jubilee College at Jockey Club Campus), facing Chung Hau Street
The HKMU Campus (Jubilee College at Jockey Club Campus), facing Princess Road
Bank of China (Hong Kong) branch in the HKMU Main Campus
MU CAFE is being operated by Pacific Coffee in the HKMU Main Campus
HKMU democracy wall
HKMU Auditorium entrance
HKMU Stanley Ho Library
HKMU Ho Sik Yee Library
Hong Kong Metropolitan University Canteen (MU Club)
HKMU JC Campus Platform
HKMU Campus Map
HKMU Campus building models

In October 1999, the Hong Kong Government approved a one-off grant of HK$50 million to develop the University into a Centre of Excellence in Distance and Adult Learning and accepted the OUHK to apply for the grant of the Research Grants Council (RGC).