Northwestern and Hong Kong
|Partner Institution||Partner Type & Sponsor|
|Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|City University of Hong Kong|
|Hong Kong University of Science and Technology|
|Hong Kong University of Science and Technology: HKUST Business School|
|University of Hong Kong|
Units and Groups
Asian Studies Graduate ClusterFaculty in the Asian Studies Graduate Cluster (ASGC) offer comprehensive yet focused exposure to Asian cultures, histories,
Asian Studies ProgramThrough the study of a relevant language -- Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, or Korean -- and coursework in history, the humanities, and the social sciences, students gain a sophisticated critical understanding of a specific Asian region -- East, South, or Southeast -- or country. Students also learn to examine the world through the lens of another language and culture.
Northwestern students studying in Hong Kong have the opportunity to learn in a vibrant and diverse city, expanding their knowledge and benefiting our entire community.
- x Northwestern students in Hong Kong:
- 24 Undergraduate
- x Graduate
24 undergraduates on Northwestern programs, x MBA students on exchange programs, x executive MBA students on joint degree programs.
For historical data visit the Office of International Student and Scholar Services website.
- 37 students from Hong Kong at Northwestern:
- 11 Undergraduate
- 15 Masters
- 11 Doctoral
980+Northwestern alumni are based in Hong Kong.
The NU Club of Hong Kong and the Kellogg Alumni Club of Hong Kong offer social and networking opportunities to keep alumni connected to Northwestern and fellow alumni in Hong Kong. Other ways to get and stay connected can be found here.
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This webpage features data from the 2018-2019 academic year. Data for the 2019-2020 year will be released in the fall of 2020. For questions or comments about the information listed on this webpage, please contact Janka Pieper, Director of Communications.