What's Happening in IPO

24 May 2018

New Master Program in Public Policy is launched and Report on I&T Development of Greater Bay Area is published

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is pushing forward its public policy research and education as the Institute for Public Policy (IPP) published today the first report on the integrative development of innovation and technology (I&T) in the Greater Bay Area, and the University’s Division of Public Policy (PPOL) under Interdisciplinary Programs Office(IPO) is set to launch the city’s first two-year full-time taught postgraduate public policy program specialized in science, technology and environmental policy.

16 May 2018

Come and Grab Free Fruits!

Time files, here come the final exams of year 2017/18. Daily selected fresh fruits will be distributed in IPO Learning Commons A (RM4380, Lift 17/18) for all IPO students to provide them with sweet energy.

15 May 2018

What is Good Design - A Practicum Course Generating Innovative Ideas

It’s no doubt that innovation is the key to success in future. To provide students with hands-on experience in generating innovative ideas and design to solve real life problems, IPO brings in a new course “What is Design and How to Design”.

3 May 2018

IIM was Featured at CCTV

China Global Television Network (CGTN), an international channel of China Central Television (CCTV), interviewed Prof. King L. CHOW, Director of IPO and Individualized Interdisciplinary Major Program (IIM) and Felix CHO, an IIM student, at a feature story on innovative higher education in Asia.

30 Apr 2018

RMBI Symposium 2018

The Symposium on Risk Management and Business Intelligence 2018 gathered over 200 students, scholars and industry leaders at HKUST on 17 March 2018. Speakers from industries of banking and investment, consultancy, IT and media intelligence shared their views on the latest development and issues of risk management and business intelligence.

17 Apr 2018

Bringing 3D Printing to Business

The technology of 3D printing is at the tipping point to become an integral part of modern industrial manufacturing processes, as well as end-user products. 2018 Winter International Technology & Management Business Plan Competition was held at Bayreuth of Germany from 3 to 12 January for 48 students from 4 universities from 4 continents to learn about the latest development of 3D printing.