Skip to main content Start main content

To learn and to apply, for the benefit of mankind


In light of the success of the Endowed Professorship Scheme, PolyU launched the Endowed Young Scholars Scheme to partner with our donors in supporting and nurturing promising early-career academics in the capacity of an Associate or Assistant Professor. By making donation, donor and the scholar will join hands to drive new discoveries and breakthroughs in the research discipline that they mutually value, leading to collaboration between academics

16 Aug 2021


PolyU will launch a two-year “Teachers Wellness MED Program” funded through a generous donation from Lee Hysan Foundation, a strategic partner and sponsor of the University, with the provision of a comprehensive wellness programme for 600 secondary school teachers. Heavy teaching and administrative workloads, education reforms, preparation for peer observation or external school reviews, pursuit of further education, and more, have imposed a grea

2 Aug 2021


The Endowed Professorship Scheme of PolyU is a town and gown partnership between generous donor and academia. Ir Prof. Poon Chi-sun, Head of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) and Chair Professor of Sustainable Construction Materials, was recently appointed as Michael Anson Professor in Civil Engineering under this scheme. Supported by a generous donation from Able Engineering Company Limited (Able Engineering), the Endowed

30 Jul 2021


The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Foundation (PolyU Foundation) held two appreciation receptions on 27 May and 10 June 2021 to express its gratitude to its new and upgraded members in the categories of Honorary Life Chairman, Honorary Life President and Honorary Life Vice President.  The tremendous contributions from members enabled the University to forge ahead with the commitment to pursuing education and research excellence.  Dr Katherine N

10 Jun 2021


The PolyU E-Formula Racing Team, established in 2015, is the first formula racing team formed by Hong Kong university students. With the generous support from the community, the team was able to enhance innovative technology and represented Hong Kong to compete in the Formula Student Electric China (FSEC) since 2017. An appreciation event was held on 7 May to recognise sponsors for their contribution to this meaningful project. The event was atte

7 May 2021

20210507 Appreciation for PolyU EFormula Car Sponsors 2

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) strives to nurture students to become future-ready global citizens and tomorrow’s leaders. To cultivate their global perspective and enrich their learning experience, the University is dedicated to offering students with diversified offshore learning opportunities.  PolyU received a generous donation from China Candlelight Educational Fund to support financially needy students participating in various

6 May 2021


Lee Hysan Foundation, a strategic partner and sponsor of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), has generously supported the University’s initiatives to tackle elder abuse and adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, namely “Collaborative Efforts to Intervene and Prevent Elder Abuse” project and “Healthy Spine” project respectively. The “Collaborative Efforts to Intervene and Prevent Elder Abuse” project will create the first evidence-based protoc

8 Feb 2021

with Lee Hysan

Disagreements arising from social unrest and anxiety caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated economic downturn have made families in Hong Kong more vulnerable to stress. To help families be more resilient, a multidisciplinary team led by Dr Janet Leung Tsin-yee, Associate Professor of PolyU’s Department of Applied Social Sciences (APSS), and Professor Daniel T. L. Shek, PolyU’s Interim Vice-President (Research and Innovation) and Chair

8 Feb 2021

HKJC - family_2000x1050

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has established a new on-campus rehabilitation centre that focuses on the provision of occupational therapy (OT) services, thanks to a generous donation from Mr Tam Wing Fan and his family. It is the first-ever OT clinic in Hong Kong operated by a university. The Tam Wing Fan Rehabilitation Service Centre (Occupational Therapy), named after its donor Mr Tam Wing Fan, a distinguished Hong Kong architect

20 Nov 2020

Photo 1_v2

Two early-career and brilliant scholars, Dr Hsu Li-ta, Associate Professor from Department of Aeronautical and Aviation Engineering and Dr Gilman Siu, Associate Professor from Department of Health Technology and Informatics, have recently been appointed Limin Endowed Young Scholars. Both of them have demonstrated strong passion and have proven records in driving innovations that bring positive and long-term changes to society. The Young Scholar



Impact Stories


Joint partnership to foster impactful research

During the last few decades we have seen the rise of mega buildings. It is vital to find ways of helping these new kinds of civil infrastructure to withstand natural disasters. PolyU developed a pioneering structural monitoring system that provides real-time “health checks” for mega structures throughout their life cycles.

The nurturing of global citizens

Service-Learning (SL) is an integral part of whole-person education at PolyU. It emphasizes learning through engagement in meaningful community service. The Department of Computing took the lead in bringing their students to Cambodia for PolyU’s first international SL project in 2010.

Your browser is not the latest version. If you continue to browse our website, Some pages may not function properly.

You are recommended to upgrade to a newer version or switch to a different browser. A list of the web browsers that we support can be found here