HKUST Fok Ying Tung Graduate School (FYTGS)

HKUST FYTGS, located in Nansha, Guangzhou, was established in 2007. As an important platform of HKUST on the Mainland, it assists the University in fulfilling its mission of technology innovation and advancement in the Pearl River Delta region through research and postgraduate education and by fostering knowledge transfer and industry collaboration.

Guangzhou HKUST Fok Ying Tung Research Institute (FYTRI) focuses its research and education in four areas: Internet of Things, Advanced Engineering Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Automation, and Environment and Sustainable Development.

The School also serves as a platform through which HKUST faculty and students participate in the Mainland research schemes, such as 973, 863 and National Science Foundation of China programs, as well as State Key Laboratory and National Key Projects, and have the opportunities to collaborate with their Mainland counterparts and industry. The School secured 52 projects during 2011–2012. Its active research and collaboration with industry means that its MPhil students have access to not only quality education but also enviable opportunities to work directly on industry research projects.

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