School of SCIENCE HKUST Postgraduate Programs 2023-24 science.hkust.edu.hk
Welcome 2 School Profile 3 Division of Life Science 4 Department of Chemistry 6 Department of Mathematics 8 Department of Physics 10 Department of Ocean Science 12 Scientific Computation Concentration 14 Submit Your Application 16 Contents
Welcome At the School of Science, we promote a vibrant and dynamic environment that emphasizes academic excellence, scholarship, innovation, and collaboration. Comprised of one division and four departments in life science, chemistry, mathematics, physics and ocean science, the School offers a wide spectrum of programs and opportunities in these five core disciplines. The School is committed to providing our students with a high quality balanced education in an intellectually stimulating environment. To enhance our students’ university experience, we continue to improve our curriculum to make it more diverse, interdisciplinary and inquirydriven. Our goal in postgraduate research and education is to ensure our students receive exposure and hands-on training in innovative, cutting-edge methodologies and technologies. Our programs emphasize f lexibi l i t y and creativity, and it is structured to equip our students with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to become inspirational leaders and independent thinkers. Many of our students have continued their journeys beyond HKUST to make major impacts on society. The School ’s commitment to qual it y and excellence remains as strong as ever. The School ’s past successes have established an excellent foundation enabling us to move forward and to embrace change. I hope you will join us as we continue to advance the frontiers of research and education, while strengthening our ties with both the local community and institutions around the world. Prof. Yung Hou WONG Dean of Science 2
9th in Asia for Physics and Astronomy1 in Asia for Mathematics1 10th in Asia for Natural Sciences1 7th 1200+ Postgraduate Students from 20+ Nationalities 150+ Faculty Physics and Astronomy 1 QS World University Rankings, 2022 SCHOOL OF SCIENCE 3
School of SCIENCE 4 life-sci.ust.hk Division of Life Science Research Foci Facilities The Division is excellently equipped for research in a broad range of areas. The Laboratory Animal Facility (CMB) provides a centralized and modern facility for animals and plants. Centralized state-of-the-art facilities for biochemical and cellular studies are provided by the Biosciences Central Research Facility. The Division also has the following facilities: Faculty members working in these areas form a coordinated research team. Such coordination takes full advantage of the faculty’s expertise in generating innovative development and productive research. At the same time, it creates a stimulating atmosphere in which students experience the challenge of modern research through direct participation. Cellular Regulation and Signaling Cancer Biology Developmental Biology Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience Macromolecular Structure and Function Biotechnology and Medicinal Biochemistry Cell Culture Facilities for the cultivation, maintenance, characterization and cold storage of animal and plant cells. Molecular and Cellular Biology Major equipment includes fluorescence-activated cell sorters, real-time PCR machines, ultracentrifuges, spectrophotometers and spectrofluorimeters, MALDI-TOF/TOF and LC-MS mass spectrometers, GC, optical tweezers, patch clamp, gamma and liquid scintillation counters. Modern Microscopy The Division has an array of state-of-the-art imaging facilities including several fluorescence microscopes, confocal laser scanning microscopes, atomic force microscope, total internal reflection fluorescence microscope, STED and STORM superresolution microscopes. Biomolecular Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Center Our state-of-the-art NMR facility consists of 500, 750 and 800 MHz NMR spectrometers equipped with cryoprobes for studies of structures, dynamics and functions of proteins, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules in solution and for drug screening and design.
5 Enquiries MPhil and PhD Programs email@example.com T: (852) 2358 7255 (852) 2358 7300 (852) 2358 7333 MSc Program firstname.lastname@example.org T: (852) 2358 8200 Master of Philosophy in Life Science The MPhil program aims to train qualified students by providing research training in major areas of life science. It enables students to acquire the knowledge, skills, and experience required for research. A candidate for an MPhil degree is expected to demonstrate knowledge in the discipline and to synthesize and create new knowledge, making a contribution to the field. Master of Science in Biotechnology The MSc program is designed to provide rigorous training to students for professional careers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Since its inception in 1993, it has been widely recognized as a premier academic program by professional practitioners in relevant fields. The curriculum is continuously enriched with various basic and advanced biotechnological elements, including pharmaceutical, analytical, transgenic and recombinant technology, bioprocessing, business operations and management. All these elements are unique for preparing our students to become scientific research leaders with entrepreneurship in emerging bio-industrial areas. www.btec.ust.hk Doctor of Philosophy in Life Science The PhD program aims to cultivate doctoral graduates who are capable of the design, initiation and execution of original research, who can independently conduct advanced research projects, who possess both a broad knowledge of modern life science and an in-depth knowledge of specialized areas, and who can also contribute original knowledge to the field of life sciences by publishing their findings in peer-reviewed international journals. Research Postgraduate Programs Taught Postgraduate Program PhD MPhil MSc
School of SCIENCE 6 chem.hkust.edu.hk Department of Chemistry Research Foci Research and development within the Department focus on five main areas: Facilities The Department is well equipped with modern laboratories and state-of-the-art instrumentation. Equipment includes FT-NMR and spectrometers, one mass spectrometer equipped with a GC-TOF module and a MALDI Micro module, one triple-quadrupole MS/MS system, an ion-trap MSn system, X-ray diffractometers, a Bruker FT-IR / FT-Raman system, a UV-Vis fluorimeter, GC / MS, HPLC. Relevant central University facilities include the Materials Characterization and Preparation Facility, the Nanoelectronics Fabrication Facility and Environmental Central Facility, all offering a wide range of advanced instruments. Computer facilities for postgraduate students include molecular graphic/ modeling, quantummechanics and molecular dynamics computations. Analytical/ Environmental Chemistry Method development and applications for environmental and bioanalytical chemistry, atmospher ic chemi s tr y, food and drug analysis,microfluidics. Synthetic Chemistry Organicmethodology,totalsynthesis,organometallic chemistry and catalysis, coordination chemistry. Materials Chemistry Inorganic and hybrid materials, nanomaterials, polymeric AIE and organic electronic materials. Physical/ Computational Chemistry Laser-basedspectroscopy,dynamicsofbiomolecular and supramolecular systems, computational chemistry. Chemical Biology/ Medicinal Chemistry Protein organization in metabolism, signal transduction, medicinal chemistry, drug design, pharmaceutical formulation, application of AIE materials. The Department has established international links with major chemical industries and has played a key role in setting up university-wide collaborations involving universities, research institutions and companies in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Japan, Europe and the US.
7 Enquiries MPhil and PhD Programs email@example.com T : (852) 3469 2561 MSc Program firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 3469 2632 Master of Philosophy in Chemistry The MPhil program aims to train students to conduct independent research in Chemistry. A candidate for an MPhil degree is expected to demonstrate knowledge in the discipline and to synthesize and create new knowledge, making a contribution to the field. Master of Science in Analytical Chemistry TheMSc programaims to prepare BSc graduates for employment and a career in analytical laboratories. This ranges from materials and forensic testing to environmental sampling and food quality control. The application of modern analysis techniques to real work problems as well as physical principles underlying such methods will be covered. In addition to core and elective lecture modules, the program also includes laboratory and project based practical courses, providing extensive handson experience. The program may also be used as a stepping stone to a research postgraduate degree. The MSc program has been recognized by the University Grants Council as one of the targeted programs of the Targeted Taught Postgraduate Programs Fellowships Scheme. Currently, through this scheme local applicants may Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry Through the execution and completion of a substantial research project, the PhD program seeks to prepare students to become mature, independent scientists who are capable of the design, initiation and execution of their own original research in academic or industrial environment. It requires the application of considerable depth and breadth of scholarship, and there must be substantial discovery of new science. Research Postgraduate Programs Taught Postgraduate Program PhD MPhil MSc be eligible to cap their tuition at HK$42,100 (prevailing rate of the UGC-funded programmes). Local applicants should enquire the availability of such fellowship upon application. www.chem-msc.ust.hk
School of SCIENCE 8 Research Foci math.hkust.edu.hk Algebra and Number Theory Representation theory of reductive groups, quantum groups, infinite dimensional Lie groups and Lie algebras and applications to mathematical physics and number theory. Geometry and Topology Algebraic geometr y, dif ferential geometr y, low d imens i onal topo l ogy, equi var i ant topo l ogy, combinatorics and combinatorial topology, and geometrical structures in mathematical physics. Analysis and Differential Equations Complex analysis, exponential asymptotics, functional analysis, harmonic analysis, wavelets analysis, nonlinear equations and dynamical systems, integrable systems, fluid dynamics, and inverse problems. Applied and Computational Mathematics Modeling and simulation in fluid dynamics and materials science, computational fluid dynamics, multiscale modeling, kinetic theory, atomistic simulations, image processing, computational harmonic analysis, inverse problems and wave propagation, graph theory, optimization, evolutionary genetics, environmental science, numerical weather prediction, ocean and coastal modeling, numerical analysis, parallel algorithms, and numerical software. Financial Mathematics Asset allocation/management, derivative modeling, pricing and hedging and division or firm-wise risk management are traditional research areas. The recent trend of financial mathematics research is data driven, adopting methodologies of big data and machine learning. Probability and Statistics Time series and dependent data, resampling methodology, stochastic processes and stochastic analysis, and survival analysis. Data Science Random matrix, survival analysis, financial statistics, econometrics, bioinformatics, statistical machine learning, statistical genetics and genomics, computational biology and bioinformatics, error in variables model, generalized linear models; biological and medical statistics, topological and geometric methods in data analysis.; mathematical data analysis, in terms of accuracy, running time, memory efficiency, scalability, or other computational measures. Department of Mathematics Facilities The Department enjoys a range of up-to-date facilities and equipment. Apart from a computer laboratory with 40 high-end desktop computers, there is also a High Performance Computing laboratory equipped with 200 powerful CPU- & GPU-based computer servers having 200 TFLOPS aggregate processing power and 1PB storage capacity. Moreover, Tianhe2 Supercomputer is also available in the Guangzhou HKUST Fok Ying Tung Research Institute.
9 Master of Philosophy in Mathematics TheMPhil programseeks to strengthen students’ general background in mathematics, and to expose students to mathematical research. A candidate for an MPhil degree is expected to demonstrate knowledge in the discipline and to synthesize and create new knowledge for the field. It can be a terminal degree or a preliminary degree leading to the PhD. MPhil Research Postgraduate Programs Enquiries MPhil and PhD Programs email@example.com T : (852) 2358 7428 MSc in Financial Mathematics firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 2358 7465 MSc in Mathematics for Educators email@example.com T : (852) 2358 7465 MSc in Big Data Technology firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 2358 5772 MSc in Data-Driven Modeling email@example.com T : (852) 2358 7354 MSc in Financial Technology firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 3469 2094 MSc Master of Science in Financial Technology Jointly run by Schools of Business and Management, Engineering and Science, the MSc program draws expertise fromareas such as information technology, blockchain, data science, machine learning and decision analytics. It provides students with fundamental knowledge and essential skills relating to popular financial technologies and their engineering and financial principles, thereby enhancing their market competitiveness in the booming field. mscfintech.ust.hk MSc MSc Taught Postgraduate Programs Master of Science in Mathematics for Educators Mathematics is indispensable for quantitative understanding and logical thinking. It is employed as a formidable and powerful tool in science, engineering, and finance. The MSc program aims to enrich mathematics educators, particularly teachers from secondary schools and educational tutorial institutes, the mathematical knowledge. www.math.ust.hk/maed Master of Science in Data-Driven Modeling Jointly offered by the Departments of Physics and Mathematics, the program aims at cultivating the next generation to have strong skills in problem-solving and logical thinking so that they become competent in the data science sector. By bridging theory, practice and techniques, the program provides students hands-on experience in analyzing large amount of data, thereby provide valuable insights to understand complex situations and facilitate smart decision making for businesses, industries and services. msdm.hkust.edu.hk MSc Master of Science in Financial Mathematics Financial mathematics is an amalgam of mathematics, statistics, finance theory and computer science to bring efficiency and rigor to financial markets and the investment process. The MSc program is continuously enhanced with new courses in machine learning and Blockchain technology, among others, to connect to emerging trends in quantitative finance. mafm.ust.hk Master of Science in Big Data Technology Big data is poised to change the way enterprises function and a society operates, and is changing the way science and engineering is conducted. Jointly offered by the Departments of Computer Science and Engineering and Mathematics, the MSc program integrates different disciplines to let learners know the important aspects of the big data and how it is used in the real world. www.seng.ust.hk/msc/bdt MSc Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics The PhD program seeks to train postgraduate students to carry out original research, and to cultivate independent and innovative thinking. A candidate for a PhD degree is expected to demonstrate mastery of knowledge in the chosen discipline and to synthesize and create new knowledge, making an original and substantial contribution to the discipline. PhD
School of SCIENCE 10 physics.ust.hk Department of Physics Research in the Department covers a broad range of topics, from the smallest to the largest scale. Faculty members work both independently and collaboratively and they are also linked to HKUST’s front-running William Mong Institute of Nano Science and Technology and the HKUST Institute for Advanced Study. Research Foci Cold atoms, Optics and Quantum Information Matter-matter and light-matter interactions at atomic and molecular levels, precise control of quantum systems at the level of single photons, atoms, and molecules. Studies of physics in this scale lead to the next revolution of quantum technologies. Condensed matter experiments and advanced materials To study the properties of matters and the emerging quantum materials, such as graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, topological matters, nanostructures, superconductors, and organic artificial structures with advanced experimental techniques. Condensed matter theory, statistical and computational physics Understanding collections of particles using quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and electromagnetism lead to the prediction and manipulation of many novel materials including topological insulators, Dirac semimetals, Weyl semimetals, unconventional superconductors and twodimensional materials. Particle physics and cosmology Studies of elementary particles help explaining the observed cosmological structures and vice versa. To answer the most fundamental scientific questions, such as: What everything around us is made of and interact? What is the origin of our Universe and how does it evolve? These questions are deeply interconnected. Soft Matter and Biological physics Colloids, polymers, complex fluids, granular materials and biological systems from the scale of biological molecules to whole organism. These mechanically soft systems have significant thermal effects. Understanding their behaviors in themesoscopic scale is both challenging and technologically important. Metamaterials, Photonic and Phononic Crystals Metamaterials and artificial crystals derive their properties from structures rather than the constitute materials, allowing us to explore optical and acoustic wave phenomena in ways not possible before, such as invisibility cloaking, negative refractive indices, non-Hermitian physics and nontrivial topological phases.
11 Enquiries MPhil and PhD Programs in Physics email@example.com T : (852) 2358 7501 MPhil and PhD Programs in firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 2358 7472 Nano Science and Technology MSc in Data-Driven Modeling email@example.com T : (852) 2358 7354 Master of Philosophy in Physics The MPhil program aims at providing students with a broad range of research training that emphasizes the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills. It is designed to train students to conduct independent research in physics and to prepare them for a successful career in teaching, further postgraduate studies, or advanced work in industries. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics The PhD program is designed to train students to conduct novel and independent research. It provides a platform for research-oriented students to pursue their long-term careers in experimental and theoretical physics. The program will prepare students to attain a broad horizon of careers in academic institutions, hightech industry and R&D centers. Research Postgraduate Programs PhD Doctor of Philosophy in Nano Science and Technology The PhD program seeks to train students to conduct original research in the interdisciplinary area of nanoscience and technology and to cult i vate innovat i ve and problem-solv ing thinking. It will provide students interdisciplinary research skills and knowledge for a successful career in academic institutes and R&D industry in areas of advanced materials, nano-electronics, energy, microfluidics and biotechnology. PhD MPhil Master of Philosophy in Nano Science and Technology The MPhil program aims to train students to conduct interdisciplinary research in Nano Science and Technology. It will prepare students to pursue further postgraduate studies or apply their technical skills for careers in high-tech industry and entrepreneurship in areas of advanced/smart materials, nano-electronics, medicine and healthcare, environment, energy, chemicals and biotechnology. MPhil MSc Master of Science in Data-Driven Modeling Taught Postgraduate Program Jointly offered by the Departments of Physics and Mathematics, the program aims at cultivating the next generation to have strong skills in problem-solving and logical thinking so that they become competent in the data science sector. By bridging theory, practice and techniques, the program provides students hands-on experience in analyzing large amount of data, thereby provide valuable insights to understand complex situations and facilitate smart decisionmaking for businesses, industries and services. msdm.hkust.edu.hk
School of SCIENCE 12 oces.ust.hk Department of Ocean Science Research Foci Facilities The Ocean Research Facility on campus is a key itemof infrastructure supporting our marine researches, while the Environmental Central Facility provides a range of equipment and technology commonly used in water and atmospheric environmental research. The Department emphasizes on building multi- and cross-disciplinary research and educational programs in Ocean Science and Technology. Our primary study sites include the estuarine environment of the Pearl River, the coastal bays of Hong Kong, and the deep sea (including the South China Sea). We have three main research foci: Ocean Research Facility The Ocean Research Facility is located on the seafront at HKUST, with a total area of about 1,200 sq. meters. The lower floor houses an excellent natural running seawater facility, together with two fully equipped wet laboratories and two well- designed environmentally controlled rooms. The upper floor is a dry laboratory area, compartmentalized into a multipurpose research laboratory, a molecular biology laboratory, an analytical laboratory, a microscope room, a radioisotope laboratory and a multifunction room. Environmental Central Facility The Environmental Central Facility provides common analytical instruments for environmental chemical analysis laboratory service (e.g. GC-MS, LC-MS, TOC, UV-Vis, etc.) and real-time meteorological and environmental database service. It also offers field and technical support for environmental research projects. Marine Ecology Oceanography Ocean Technology Master of Philosophy in Marine Environmental Science The MPhil program aims to train students to conduct independent research in Marine Environmental Science. A candidate for an MPhil degree is expected to demonstrate knowledge in the discipline and to synthesize and create new knowledge, making a contribution to the field. Doctor of Philosophy in Marine Environmental Science The PhD program seeks to train students in original research in Marine Environmental Science and to cultivate independent and innovative thinking that is essential for a successful research career in environmental science. A candidate for a PhD degree is expected to demonstrate mastery of knowledge in the chosen discipline and to synthesize and create new knowledge, making an original and substantial contribution to the discipline. Research Postgraduate Programs PhD MPhil
13 Enquiries MPhil and PhD Programs firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 2358 8129 MSc in Environmental Health and Safety email@example.com T : (852) 3469 2507 MSc in Global Marine Resources Management firstname.lastname@example.org T : (852) 3469 2507 SML-Zhuhai and HKUST Joint PhD Training Program in Marine Environmental Science TheJointPhDTrainingprogramaims totrainstudents in original research in marine environmental science, and independent and innovative thinking that is essential for a successful research career. In particular, the collaborativeeffort provides students with opportunities to benefit from the research excellence shared between HKUST and Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Laboratory (Zhuhai) (SML-Zhuhai), as well as to cultivateoutstandingscienceand technology talents to build a sustainable economy in China. GML-HKUST Joint PhD Training Program in Marine Environmental Science TheJointPhDTrainingprogramaims totrainstudents in original research in marine environmental science, and independent and innovative thinking that is essential for a successful research career. In particular, the collaborative effort provides students with opportunities to benefit from the research excellence shared between HKUST and Southern Marine Science and Engineering Guangdong Laboratory (Guangzhou) , as well as to cultivate outstanding science and technology talents to build a sustainable economy inChina. Research Postgraduate Programs Taught Postgraduate Programs PhD PhD Master of Science in Global Marine Resources Management (Double Award by HKUST and UoS) Jointly offered by the Department of Ocean Science of HKUST and the School of Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton (UoS), the program aims to equip students with the cross-disciplinary knowledge and international experiences that are needed to tackle emerging issues in the sustainable utilization of marine resources. The program takes research insights from marine research in both the UK and HK, and integrates them into a global context. Courses are taught by world-class faculty fromUoS andHKUST with research profiles covering a wide range of topics related to marine resources management, from coastal pollution to deep-sea ecology. Classes will take place at UoS, Waterfront Campus based at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton in the fall semester, and at HKUST, Clear Water Bay campus in spring and summer semesters. oces.hkust.edu.hk/gmrm MSc Master of Science in Environmental Health and Safety The MSc program is designed to provide multidiscipl inar y training to current and prospective environmental professionals. The curriculum covers the scientific, technical, legal and social issues that underpin environmental health practices, food safety, hazards and risks assessment, and occupational health and safety. Currently, this is the only environment-related MSc program in Hong Kong that focuses on health and safety issues. The program aims to educate students with cutting-edge knowledge in environmental health and safety, and equip them with the skills to integrate the knowledge into real life situations and identify emerging environmental problems. ehs.hkust.edu.hk #This course has been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund. MSc
School of SCIENCE 14 Scientific Computation Concentration Research Foci Environmental and Atmospheric Modeling • Real-time air quality analysis • Development of an operational air quality prediction system • Numer ical investigation of air pol lutant inception: the role of humidity • Collisions and diffusion of water clusters on hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces for chip/ device cooling • Multiscale simulation of thermal conductivity of nanomaterials for thermal management High Performance Computing and Data Analysis • High-performance deep learning • Big data analytics Information Statistical Physics and Big Data Analysis on Networks • Stability, reliability and robustness of power grids • Social network: dynamics of opinion formation and community detection • Random walk and games • Analysis of big data using evolution computation and quantum genetic algorithm • Agent dynamics and artificial life in econophysics Computational Biology and Bioinformatics • Computational structural biology • Bioinformatics • Computational neuroscience models of multi-sensory integration and motion sickness Computational Fluid Dynamics and Soft-Matter Simulation • Multi-scale phenomena at fluid-solid interfaces • Kinetic methods for continuum and nearcontinuum flows • Multi-scale coupled circulation-ecosystem simulation in the ocean • Supersonic convection and radiation-convection transition in astrophysics • Large-scale flow structures and their effects in turbulent thermal convection • Phase transitions in colloids Computational Material Science • Discovery and design of wave-functional metamaterials and photonic crystals • Catalyst design • First principles and phenomenological modeling of nanomaterial • Spin dynamics in nanostructures • Dislocation dynamics Efficient High-Performance Computing Systems • Energy and cost efficient computing systems • Merged scale-up and scale-out computing systems for HPCs and data centers
15 Enquiries MPhil and PhD Programs email@example.com T : (852) 2358 7261 Scientific computation is among the fastest-growing multidisciplinary research area and it serves as a bridge between the traditional domains of theoretical and experimental sciences. Computation research covers many areas in science and engineering. The multidisciplinary nature of computational science and its wide-ranging scope means that its training and research can best be integrated into different disciplines to equip students with a solid foundation of the knowledge in focused areas. This concentration is intended for research postgraduate students who are interested in pursuing research in computation related research. Students can enroll in a particular discipline for research in the School of Science with a special focus in Scientific Computation as follows: MPhil/PhD in Chemistry MPhil/PhD in Life Science MPhil/PhD in Mathematics MPhil/PhD in Physics Research Postgraduate Programs PhD MPhil
School of SCIENCE 16 Submit Your Application @ fytgs.hkust.edu.hk/apply Admission Requirements @ fytgs.hkust.edu.hk/adm-req To qualify for admission to the University, applicants should have: • Obtained a bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution or an approved equivalent qualification; • For PhD applicants (additional to the above): a proven record of outstanding performance from a recognized institution or presented evidence of satisfactory work at the postgraduate level on a fulltime basis for at least one year, or on a part-time basis for at least two years; • Fulfill the English language requirements with one of the following proficiency attainments1: Proficiency Test Minimum Score TOEFL – Internet-based Test (iBT) 2 80 (in one single attempt) TOEFL – Paper-based Test (pBT) 550 TOEFL – Revised Paper-delivered Test 60 (total scores for Reading, Listening and Writing sections) IELTS (Academic Module) 2 Overall score: 6.5 and all sub-scores: 5.5 Duolingo English Test 105 (accepted only under COVID-19) 1 You are not required to present TOEFL or IELTS score if your first language is English, or your bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualification) was awarded by an institution where the medium of instruction was English. 2 The TOEFL-iBT Home Edition and IELTS Indicator are accepted under COVID-19. Visit fytgs.hkust.edu.hk/covid-19 for details. Guaranteed University Accommodation in the First 2 years of Full-time Research Studies Generous Scholarship @fytgs.hkust.edu.hk/funding • Met program-specific admission requirements, if any. For more programs offered at HKUST, please refer to fytgs.hkust.edu.hk/programs. Exciting Cross Campus Study Opportunities
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