Unique private-academic partnership

IHH Healthcare 

IHH Healthcare is a leading international healthcare services provider with a vision to become the world’s most trusted healthcare services network. We manage a portfolio of trusted healthcare brands – Acibadem, Mount Elizabeth, Prince Court, Gleneagles, Fortis, Pantai and Parkway – in our key markets of Malaysia, Singapore, Turkiye, India and Greater China (including Hong Kong). Employing over 65,000 dedicated people across 83 hospitals in 10 countries, we offer a full spectrum of integrated healthcare services, from primary care to highly specialised acute medical treatment, through a diverse range of medical, diagnostic and ancillary assets from clinics and hospitals to laboratories and radiology centres. Together, we commit to touch lives and transform care. More information can be found at www.ihhhealthcare.com


NWS Holdings Limited

Listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, NWS Holdings Limited (Hong Kong Stock Code: 659) is a conglomerate with a diversified portfolio of market-leading businesses, predominantly in Hong Kong and the Mainland. The Group’s businesses include toll roads, construction, insurance, logistics and facilities management. Through the Group’s sustainable business model, it is committed to creating more value for all stakeholders and the community. Please visit www.nws.com.hk for details.

Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine of The University of Hong Kong

The Medical Faculty of The University of Hong Kong (HKU) is the longest established institution in higher education of Hong Kong. It was founded as the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese by London Missionary Society in 1887, and was renamed as the Hong Kong College of Medicine in 1907.

The Faculty was deemed as the premier Faculty when the University was established in 1911. Serving Hong Kong for over a century, it has firmly established itself as a medical school of learning, innovation, and enterprising; it is a medical school of moral, vision, and care. Since its inception, the Faculty has been playing a pioneering role in medical education, training and research.

From its modest beginning, the Faculty has now become the largest faculty of the University, with over 400 full-time academic and academic-related staff and 800 research and research-related support personnel. The undergraduate student population is about 2,900 and the postgraduate student population is about 1,500. The Faculty is comprised of 14 departments, School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Chinese Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Public Health and a number of research centres focusing on various strengths of research.  For more information, please visit www.med.hku.hk.