Welcome to the website of Department of Information Systems

The Department of Information Systems at the City University of Hong Kong is ranked among the very best in the world. We are ranked in the top five globally for faculty members' publications in the top four information systems journals. At least five information systems faculty members in CityU are on the list of h-index for the leading Management Information Systems scholars compiled by The University of Arizona. Further, we have five faculty members on the 2020 and 2021 Stanford University lists of the top 2% most-cited scientists in the world (three are ranked in the top 1%).

Recognised globally as one of the most established information systems departments, the department offers a comprehensive range of courses from Bachelor to Ph.D. levels in areas such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, data science, digital entrepreneurship, digital media, digital transformation, financial technology, information systems governance, internet of things, and technological innovations.

Our colleagues are dedicated to student-centered learning and student success. We offer our students many opportunities to gain professional competence and academic excellence by means of business internships with major corporations and academic exchanges with top universities in the world. As an integral part of education, the department actively supports our students in organising extra-curricular and experiential learning activities to enhance character building, social networking, and leadership development.

The research of our faculty has been supported by government funding agencies in Hong Kong and China, and business corporations. Our faculty members have won many international research, teaching, and service awards. We welcome opportunities to partner with business communities in Hong Kong, China, and other parts of the world to pursue leading-edge and impactful research.

Professor Keng Leng SIAU
Head and Chair Professor
Department of Information Systems
City University of Hong Kong