Campus and facilities
The College's current campus, located at Sa Po Road, Kowloon City with over 87,000 square feet of space, is a 7-minute walk from the Sung Wong Toi MTR station, and easily accessible by other means of public transport.
Kowloon City Campus
Students enrolling in the College attend classes at the Kowloon City campus, easily accessible from nearby MTR station and other public transport. Another new campus in Tai Wai, acquired by the College through the government’s Land Grant Scheme, will be ready in late 2023.
The facility at Sa Po Road. Kowloon City, with over 87,000 sqf of space, which comprises lecture theatres, classrooms, library, staff offices, and on-site computer laboratories provides a brand new learning experience to our students. All students can stay connected on campus with wireless LAN.
Kowloon City campus
UOW College Hong Kong endeavors to provide state-of-the-art facilities and learning environments for our students. Much time and resources are devoted to designing and developing our new campuses. Our current campus, located at Sa Po Road, Kowloon City, is a seven-minute walk from the Sung Wong Toi MTR station. The facility has space of over 87,000 sqf, comprising lecture theatres, classrooms, library, and staff offices, provides a brand new learning experience to our students. These facilities bring UOW College Hong Kong to the next stage of our development.
A Brand New Campus at Tai Wai
UOW College Hong Kong will have a brand-new campus at Tai Wai, New Territories, which will become operational in the 2023-24 academic year. It is conveniently situated adjacent to the Tai Wai Rail Station, a junction of two main lines, and served also by other forms of public transportation including buses and minibuses. With approximately 15,000 square metres of space, the campus can accommodate up to 3,300 students.
Facilities at the Tai Wai campus include a 200-seat auditorium, four 100-seat lecture theatres, 30 classrooms for small-class teaching, purpose-built laboratories and work rooms for computer, design, engineering, languages, and social work. With the development of maritime navigation programmes at the College, the campus will also have a maritime laboratory to complement studies in this area.
The Tai Wai campus will also have a spacious library of more than 800 square metres that can accommodate up to 200 students, with spaces for individual self-study or group project work, printing facilities, as well as audio-visual equipment that support student learning. With the support of the University of Wollongong, UOWCHK students can access the e-resources of the UOW Library in Australia, where over 450,000 e-books and 90,000 e-periodicals are available.
The College attaches importance to the holistic and multi-faceted development of students, and the new Tai Wai campus will have provisions such as dance studio, fitness gym, and music room for the physical well-being of students.
UOWCHK Library is located at Kowloon City. The Library provides easy access to textbooks, periodicals and library materials. Online facilities are available for connection to the electronic resources of the University of Wollongong Library. Millions of resources including over 450,000 ebooks, 260 databases, and over 90,000 electronic journals are available to all UOWCHK students. The library also provides different rooms and facilities to support learning and teaching, including the Project Rooms, Discussion Zone, Computer Zone, Learning Commons, Printing Station, Audio-visual Equipment.
The College actively supports its students in sports for the benefit of enhancing students’ campus life, promoting a healthy lifestyle, and providing a platform to build relationships and confidence. All students are entitled to use the sports facilities at Spotlight Recreation Club (Whampoa Gardens). The Fitness Center at Spotlight Recreation Club offers students a diverse range of group physical fitness classes such as Yoga, dancing and Spinning led by professional instructors. Bookings for fitness classes and use of sports facilities like badminton courts and swimming pools at the club may be made via the College's Sports Facilities Online Booking System.