Cornell Law School can send up to four students each academic year in either Fall of Spring semesters to the University of Hong Kong (“HKU”). However, please note the Spring semester is available for 2Ls only.
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HKU is Hong Kong’s oldest university, founded more than 90 years ago. Today, HKU is a dynamic, comprehensive, university of world-class standing. With ten Faculties and numerous research centres, its reputation as a centre of intellectual excellence is recognised around the world. The HKU Faculty of Law is the first law school in Hong Kong and has a strong world-wide reputation. First established in 1972 as a Department of Law in the Faculty of Social Sciences, it became a School of Law with an autonomous Board of Studies in 1978, and a Faculty of Law on 1 July 1984. Today, the Faculty has over 50 full time academic staff and about 1,100 students. It has 2 Departments, the Department of Law and the Department of Professional Legal Education, and 4 research centres: the Centre for Comparative and Public Law, the Asian Institute of International Financial Law, the China Centre of Information Technology and Law, and the Peking U-HKU Research Centre.
First Semester: mid-September – early-January
Second Semester: mid-January – early-June
To view the calendar please click here
To see the courses offered at HKU, please click here.