The Center for Global & Community Engagement (GCE) provides opportunities for students to interact with their counterparts and the professional bodies around the world.
1. AIChE-HKUST Student Chapter
AIChE HKUST aims to provide activities focusing on professional and personal development for students of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Besides that, it also aims to become the bridge of communication between students of various backgrounds, faculty members and professional engineers.
2. The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Student Chapter – The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKIESC - HKUST)
We are a student body, which belongs to the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (the HKIE). It is set up to encourage and foster a spirit of friendly collaboration amongst its members and to encourage its members to maintain a close link with the Institution and to participate in the HKIE activities. We organize activities including technical meetings, visits, delegation and other events for the benefits of the members of the Chapter and for the purpose of increasing their awareness of the engineering profession and the Institution.
We are a HKUST student group dedicated to Aeronautical Engineering. Our goal is to create a platform for students from all disciplines to share and learn from each other while learning more about the aviation industry.
4. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Student Branch at HKUST (AIAA@HKUST)
The AIAA Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Student Branch (AIAA HKUST) is the first student branch of AIAA set up in Hong Kong. Initiated by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at HKUST in 2013, the student-led branch aims to motivate, inspire, and develop students from all disciplines to enter the aviation industry, and create a platform to foster interaction between students and professionals in the industry.
5. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Hong Kong Student Section (ASME)
ASME was founded in 1880 by Alexander Lyman Holley, Henry Rossiter Worthington, John Edison Sweet and Matthias N. Forney in response to numerous steam boiler pressure vessel failures. Known for setting codes and standards for mechanical devices, ASME conducts one of the world's largest technical publishing operations, holds numerous technical conferences and hundreds of professional development courses each year, and sponsors numerous outreach and educational programs.
The ASME Hong Kong Student Section organizes multiple competitions and activities for primary school to university students, to provide them with opportunities to gain hands-on experience in mechanical engineering designs, as well as to communicate with engineers, industry experts and faculty members.
HKUST Racing Team is a student initialed organization which aim to build an electric Formula Student racing car to join FSAE China. At the same time, the racing team would create a international cross field environment to train students’ industrial sense which enhance their adaptability in workplace. We also want to study the game changer of automotive industry and preview its market potential.
7. Engineers Without Borders – Hong Kong, HKUST Student Chapter
Engineers Without Borders Hong Kong (EWB-HK), a member of EWB-International, was founded in HK by engineers and volunteers in 2008. Whilst upholding the value of EWB-HK, the HKUST Student Chapter is dedicated to, with HKUST students being our target, promoting an engineering-oriented mindset for solving a diversity of social problems.