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11. Emeritus Professors

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13. Officers of the University

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14. University Ordinance and Statutes

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15. University Laureate

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16. General Information

Category:The University

The University of Hong Kong As the oldest local tertiary education institution the University of Hong Kong captures the unique essence of both bygone and contemporary Hong Kong. Established on March 16, 1910 when Sir Frederick Lugard, the then Governor of Hong Kong, laid the foundation stone, the University merges ornate colonial architecture with state-of-the-art laboratories and a progressive attitude to learning and research.     The Governance of the University The University of Hong Kong is incorporated under the University of Hong Kong Ordinance (Chapter 1053 of 1964). The Ordinance defines the University’s powers, duties, privileges and constitution. The Ordinance provides…

19. Regulations Governing Students’ Academic Conduct Concerning Assessment

Category:Regulations

These regulations cover assessments for any degree, diploma, certificate or other academic distinction or award granted by the University. For the purpose of these regulations, assessments include written examinations; written, practical and oral tests; continuous assessment; submission of any form of work; any other means of assessment as specified by the examiners; and any combination of the above. A student shall not introduce or cause to be introduced into the place of assessment, or remove or cause to be removed therefrom, any documents, materials, devices and items (including but not limited to printed or written matters, blank writing paper, dictionaries,…

20. Vision and Mission

Vision The University of Hong Kong, Asia’s Global University, delivers impact through internationalization, innovation and interdisciplinarity. It attracts and nurtures global scholars through excellence in research, teaching and learning, and knowledge exchange. It makes a positive social contribution through global presence, regional significance and engagement with the rest of China.   Mission The University of Hong Kong will endeavour: To advance constantly the bounds of scholarship, building upon its proud traditions and strengths; To provide a comprehensive education, benchmarked against the highest international standards, designed to develop fully the intellectual and personal strengths of its students, while extending lifelong learning opportunities…