Faculty of Engineering Faculty of Science MIEG CUHK


This programme is offered jointly by the Department of Mathematics and Information Engineering to provide students with diversified and advanced knowledge in the interdisciplinary study of mathematics and engineering. This demanding and boutique programme aims at educating a new generation of cutting-edge information scientists who are well-trained in the basics of communications, computer networks, algorithm design, and formal mathematics.

Math is our passion and Engineering is our profession.


[ New ] Employment Survey of MIEG Graduates 2019

The MIEG programme has got some preliminary information about the graduate programme admission results from its graduates:

  1. Ms. HUANG Jingling has got offers for masters from CUHK (Math and Finance), University College London (Statistics), University of Birmingham (Mathematics), Queen Mary University of London (Fin. Tech.), and Grenoble Ecole de Management (Data Analysis).
  2. Mr. LAM Hei Yin has got offers from University of Edinburgh (Applied and Computational Mathematics), and Imperial College London (Advanced Computing).
  3. Mr. LAU Chin Wa is a recipient of the prestigious HK PhD Fellowship and will do his PhD at the IE Dept, CUHK.
  4. Ms. LIU, Yin Yin has got offers in Masters (EE/CS) from UC Berkeley, CMU, UCLA, UIUC, GaTech, Columbia, Imperial College London, and a PhD offer from the AI lab at Cambridge.

    Congratulations to all of them for their outstanding results!

Important Information

  1. Important information for students who want to transfer into MIEG (June 2020).
  2. The Presentation Slides for Major Allocation Talk on 3 April 2020.
  3. Important updates for students considering MIEG as their major
  4. Academic advice for students considering MIEG as major
  5. More Choices for Major Electives: CSCI3130, 3150, 3230, 3320 and MATH2070, 3093, 3310, 3320, 3330, 3360, 4010, 4020, 4230 and 4280 are added to the major electives

For a graphical presentation of the programme contents and objectives, please refer to the poster below: