Hong Kong Baptist University Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of Hong Kong Baptist University is (852) 3411 7400 .
Established in 1956, Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon has over 50 years of experience in providing broad-based and creativity-inspiring education. Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon is consistently at the cutting-edge of the sciences and highly reputed for its commitment to the humanities and arts. The University also encourages service to society among its staff and students, making it a beloved part of the Hong Kong community.

At Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon, education is far more than simply equipping students with professional knowledge and skills. The University is committed to providing Whole Person Education that inculcates intellectual, cultural, social and sporting skills outside the classroom in addition to training the minds within. We are not just grooming the workforce of tomorrow, we are shaping future leaders. Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon offers world-class, innovative undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research postgraduate programmes leading to Masters or PhD degrees as well as associate degree programmes, all tailored to prepare our students for the challenges of a globalised knowledge-based economy.

In 1983, the then Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon became a fully-funded public tertiary institution. In 1994, the institution achieved University status and it was renamed Hong Kong Baptist University, awarding degrees in its own right. Since then, Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon has gone from strength to strength, enjoying dynamic growth in both physical size and academic stature. Today, the University has emerged as a centre of creativity, innovation and academic excellence. Upon the retirement of Dr. Tse in 2001 after 30 years of educational and social services to the University and Hong Kong, Prof. Ng Ching-fai GBS was appointed as the third president of the University. The chairman of the University Council and Court is Mr. WONG Ying-wai, Wilfred. In 2010, Prof. Albert Chan Sun-chi assumed office as the fourth president of Hong Kong Baptist University.

Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon has four main campuses: Ho Sin Hang Campus (1966), Shaw Campus (1995), Baptist University Road Campus (1998) and the "Kai Tak Campus" (2005), as well as the Shek Mun Campus (2006) for the College of International Education and the Hong Kong Baptist University Affiliated School Wong Kam Fai Secondary and Primary School. The first three campuses are located in the urban heart of Kowloon Tong, while the "Kai Tak Campus" is on Kwun Tong Road and the Shek Mun Campus in Shatin. Academic Community Hall is an auditorium located in the university. It opened in May, 1978, and its seating capacity is 1,346.

Originally, the first President and founder of the Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon, Dr. Lam Chi-fung, conceived the idea of building a hall for University functions. In 1970, on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary, Dr. and Mrs. Lam donated half a million dollars towards the construction of the auditorium. A local architect, Eric Cumine, took charge of the project. However, Dr. Lam died the following year before the project got underway. The Board of Governors decided to honour Dr. Lam by expanding the planned auditorium into a much larger scale project, the development of the Lam Chi-fung Memorial Building. As a part of the project, the Academic Community Hall would serve as a cultural centre for the Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon and its surrounding community, thus providing a direct link between town and gown. At present, the Lam Chi-fung Memorial Building consists of an auditorium, a lobby, a VIP room and some display areas. The auditorium was the venue to a concert by The Clash on 25 February 1982, which was marred by fighting in the crowd.

As a university funded by the Hong Kong SAR Government, Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon is fully aware of the importance of managing our resources effectively to ensure greater accountability, efficiency and use of finances. The Council, the Court and the Senate of the University seek to establish long-term strategies to cultivate a culture on campus which enables staff and students to strive for creativity and the highest standards of education.

Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon Library is made up by a Main Library and a number of branches. The Main Library is located in Au Shue Hung Memorial Library Building and has a gross floor area of 6,900 m2 with a seating capacity of about 850. The library is fully automated with integrated library systems and house a comprehensive collection of Chinese and Western books, periodicals, non-print materials and newspaper clippings. It serves all Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon staff and students, and occupies seven floors of the building. Of particular importance are the Archives on the History of Christianity in China and the Contemporary China Research Collection, as well as a lantern slide and glass plate negative collection entitled "China Through The Eyes of CIM Missionaries." The Chinese Medicine Library is located on the second floor of the Chinese Medicine Building. Its set up aims to meet the growing information demand in the development of Chinese medicine. The European Documentation Centre is located in David C. Lam Building 803A and is open to the public. It provides an important study and research base for European Studies. The Shek Mun Campus Library (SMCL) is a branch of the Library. It is established to provide quality information resources and services in support of teaching and learning activities of the College of International Education in Shek Mun Campus.

On behalf of Hong Kong Baptist University – HKBU Kowloon, we cordially invite you to join the Hong Kong Baptist University Foundation. To accept our invitation, please complete the following Online Donation Form. You can support Hong Kong Baptist University in a number of ways, including contributions to endowment funds, gifts of life insurance, real estate, stocks and bonds and bequests. Donations can also be designated for specific causes and projects.
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Hong Kong Baptist University Address


The address of Hong Kong Baptist University is Kowloon Tong Kowloon.

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The email address of Hong Kong Baptist University is ar@hkbu.edu.hk.

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The Website of Hong Kong Baptist University is buwww.hkbu.edu.hk.

Hong Kong Baptist University Customer Support Service Phone Number


The customer support phone number of Hong Kong Baptist University is (852) 3411 7400 (Click phone number to call).

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