List of Hong Kong University Vice-chancellors and Presidents

This is an alphabetical list of vice-chancellors and presidents of universities and degree-awarding tertiary institutions in Hong Kong.

All publicly funded universities (i.e. funded by the University Grants Committee) in Hong Kong has the Chief Executive as the chancellor (*). The Chief Executive is also the president of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and chancellor of The Open University of Hong Kong.

  • Albert Sun-Chi Chan - President and Vice-Chancellor of the Hong Kong Baptist University *
  • Tony F. Chan - President of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology *
  • Chan Yuk-shee - President of the Lingnan University *
  • C. N. Chang - President of the Chu Hai College of Higher Education
  • Anthony Cheung - President of The Hong Kong Institute of Education *
  • Chung Chi Yung - Vice President Principal of the Hong Kong Shue Yan University
  • Henry H.L. Hu - President of the Hong Kong Shue Yan University
  • Kuo Way - President of the City University of Hong Kong *
  • Reggie Kwan - President of the Caritas Francis Hsu College
  • John C Y Leong - President of The Open University of Hong Kong
  • Joseph Jao-Yiu Sung - Vice-Chancellor of The Chinese University of Hong Kong *
  • Kevin Thompson - Director of The Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts
  • Timothy W. Tong - President of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University *
  • Lap-Chee Tsui - Vice-Chancellor of The University of Hong Kong *

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