PolyU Design, located in Hong Kong, which is part of China and the Asia Pacific region, offers taught master's degree programmes to meet students' broad range of professional, scholarly, and personal development needs and prepare students to take charge of their future learning and development in the quickly changing environments.
The present generation of designers and leaders realise the potential that innovation brings to businesses. At the same time, they are increasingly aware of their responsibility to build social purpose into their innovations. Our programmes, led by a highly international faculty, expose students to vast learning opportunities and various educational experiences. With a strong network of academic and industry partners, students will work through projects within and beyond the curriculum that cover business and social challenges especially relevant to Asia.
3 Reasons to study your Masters at PolyU Design
- Be part of a world-leading university with world-class research in multiple disciplines, making bold advances to make new ground – PolyU is ranked 65th in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings, and the School of Design is ranked 15th on the QS World University Rankings by Subject - Art and Design in 2020 and is consistently among the top 20 in the world.
- Live and work in a global city in Asia and have easy access to the Mainland Chinese market – the city is close to Asia's metropolitan areas and manufacturing base, all within 4 hours of flight time, made easy by efficient regional travel. Cross-border company visits in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) by High-Speed Rail take less than 60 mins. The Rail connects Hong Kong with Mainland's 25000 km national high-speed rail network.
- Benefit from excellent career opportunities in industries supported by government policies and development strategies, such as information and communication technologies (ICT), software as a service (SaaS), the Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, biotech, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), and new materials. Fintech (financial technology), smart city and smart home, healthcare, and big data applications are among the most popular sectors.