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School of Design, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The School of Design has been providing tertiary design education in Hong Kong since 1964, and has since developed to be at the forefront of applying Asian innovation to global opportunities. PolyU Design is committed to sustain excellence in design education, practice, consulting and research; to harness the legacy and dynamism of Asian cultures in creating solutions for human needs; and to create strategic models for products, brands, and systems in local and global markets. The School has over 1,300 students and is the only institution offering design education at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  The School was rated by BusinessWeek magazine as one of the top design schools in Asia and in the world.

Hong Kong Design Institute, member of VTC Group
HKDI is a leading design institution in Hong Kong under the VTC Group providing quality education to cultivate knowledge, professionalism and new talents underpinning the creative industries in Hong Kong. Its mission is to be a leading international provider of foundation studies and lifelong learning in design.

With a rich heritage in design education through the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE), HKDI brings together the strengths of the design related departments of IVE to offer programmes from entry level at foundation, to Higher Diploma, and onto Degree studies in collaboration with overseas universities. The study areas include Foundation Studies, Communication Design & Digital Media, Product & Interior Design, Fashion and Image Design.

HKDI's comprehensive design programmes aim to nurture students’ creative thinking and decision-making skills, cultural sensitivity, social responsibility and global perspectives. Our 'think-and-do' approach is interactive and fun while imparting the necessary skills and know-how to succeed.


Last Update: November 4, 2010