Prospective Students
Achieve your potential
 

 

 

Motivating and exciting, the T&M program will stretch you academically, practically, and personally to help develop your all-round potential and achieve your individual goals.

Are you ready for an intellectual challenge and committed to success? Interested in a fast-track program that provides knowledge and skills in two of the most essential fields of the future? Seeking a cutting-edge education open only to a select few? If so, HKUST's Technology & Management Dual Degree Program (T&M) is the ideal option for you.

Two degrees in four years – a Bachelor of Engineering and a Bachelor of Business Administration - and the opportunity to learn from the best. The chance to gain international exposure and to experience life in the workplace. Such a combination of skills gives you a top advantage as demand increases among employers for graduates who understand both perspectives.

On the T&M Program, you can:

Study with an elite group of fellow students
Gain the business and technology knowledge and insights to become a key player in the global workplace on graduation
Learn to work individually and as a member of a team
Develop your problem-solving skills
Participate in testing events within HKUST and the wider community
Make lifelong friendships with faculty members and your peers

As a T&M participant, you can enjoy them all.

To apply, please click HERE

  "My overseas exchange was an eye-opening opportunity to experience a different learning environment, and more importantly, a chance for personal growth" - Alan Chan,(St Paul's Co-Ed College, T&M - Computer Engineering and General Business Management) pictured with Dr Amy Gutmann, President, University of Pennsylvania, at a Halloween Party  
  "I have appreciated the opportunity to gain true global experience by hands-on learning and to work with Stanford students who are very enthusiastic and intelligent" - Ricky Tang, (Maryknoll Fathers' School T&M -Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management and General Business Management) on his joint university project experience

 

  2004 Lucent Global Science Scholar Chan Wing Shan (Belilios Public School, T&M -Electronic Engineering and General Business Management) with Prof Horst Stormer, 1998 Nobel Prize Winner for Physics, at the Global Science Scholar Summit in New Jersey

 

  "The experience at Credit Suisse gave me invaluable insight into the workings of an investment bank" - Carson Yiu (Queen's College, T&M -Computer Engineering and General Business Management) on his internship at Credit Suisse

 

  "Participating in the auditing project for China Telecom at Chongqing has made the internship even more interesting and memorable" - Roy Au (NTHYK Yuen Long District Secondary School, T&M -Computer Engineering and General Business Management), who worked as an audit intern at KPMG