Summer Research: City University of Hong Kong

City University of Hong Kong (CityU) is a dynamic university in the pursuit of excellence, innovation and creativity for our society and the world. Summer Research at City U can be for credit (Arts & Science areas) or not-for-credit if Engineering placement. Engineering students can participate in research projects in Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, and Environmental Science.


Pre-approved credits: CSB397Y0, PCL397Y0, HMB394Y0Y, APS299Y0 (tbc)

Departmental approved pathways: Engineering students not-for-credit (You do not pay U of T tuition)

Research projects: Summer 2020 Projects (more to come!) – available under the following departments:

College of Engineering: Architecture & Civil Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Material Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering & Engineering Management

College of Science: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics

School of Engineering and Environment: Energy Science & Engineering, Environmental Science & Engineering

Funding: Students applying to City U for 12 weeks should also apply for Globalink Research Award. Successful GRA applicants will not be considered for the $3000 CIE funding and IE Award because the GRA amount is the greater of the two.




Subjects Available at Host: Applied Science and Engineering, Environmental Studies, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science

Program Type: Research

Accepting Applications: No

Application Deadline: December 3, 2019

Timeline: 10-12 weeks, June-August

Country: Hong Kong

City: Hong Kong

Institution: University

Language of Study: English

Level of Study: Undergrad

Credit: Varies

Open to Programs at UofT: Applied Science and Engineering, Arts and Science (St. George), Arts and Science (UTM), Arts and Science (UTSC)

Tuition & Incidentals: Paid to UofT

Program Fees: No fees

Funding: $3000 + Possibility of IE Award OR Globalink Research Award

Eligibility Requirements: Minimum cGPA 2.5 and 1+ years of study completed