THEi Tsing Yi Campus
The Institute has applied for a Government Land Grant for the construction of its own campus building. Before the Institute has its own campus building, the THEi building in Tsing Yi will serve as its main campus, where its principal academic and administrative officers, the School of General Education and Languages and other central academic and administrative support units will be located.
Programmes offered by the Faculty of Science and Technology will be delivered mainly at the THEi Building (THEi Tsing Yi campus).
THEi Kowloon Tong Campus – Faculty of Management and Hospitality & Faculty of Design and Environment
Programmes offered by the Faculty of Management and Hospitality and Faculty of Design and Environment will be delivered at the Kowloon Tong Campus. Students should also expect some inter-campus travels to attend classes of the languages and general education modules.
HKDI (Tseung Kwan O) Campus – Faculty of Design and Environment
Students of Faculty of Design and Environment have their classes mainly in the Kowloon Tong Campus. Some courses offered by the Faculty of Design and Environment are also delivered at the Hong Kong Design Institute in Tseung Kwan O. Students are also required to have some inter-campus travels to attend classes of the Languages and General Education modules.
Vibrant Learning Environment
A new purpose-built campus is expected to be in operation in 2017/18. The attractive twin-tower building design - rarely seen in Hong Kong schools - will provide a dynamic and engaging learning environment for students. The green architecture and design - opening the campus to an adjacent public park to embrace outdoor public green space and enjoy a high permeability of natural light and air - establish its eco-friendly credentials.
Green Building Awards 2014 & Green Building Certification
By the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC)
Grand Award (New Buildings Category - Building Projects Under Design)
Provisional Platinum, BEAM Plus V1.2 for New Buildings
Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets 2014
- Community & Culture Project Award (Future)
The green sustainable design features include a north-south building orientation, high-building permeability, external shading and light shelves and a bioclimatic façade. Among its more distinctive features are a large user-friendly learning commons on the first floor that encourages students to gather and learn from each other, connecting walkways and escalators that convey movement and dynamism, and a green environment with vertical gardens and a large green house.
International Living and Learning Experience
The 12-storey dormitory provides student accommodation with supporting facilities, including pantries, common rooms and activity rooms. It offers a comfortable and friendly environment for residents. As a hub of activities and excitement, the dormitory will enable local students to interact with their peers and overseas students who stay to have a glimpse of Asia culture.
The dormitory will be officially open in September 2016.
The final appearance of the campus and dormitory may be different from the images shown.