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UGC-subsidised master programmes open for application

 

 

Six LU Taught Postgraduate (TPg) programmes under the UGC Targeted Taught Postgraduate Programmes Fellowships Scheme are now open for application. Applicants will get the chance to pay a minimum tuition fee of HK$42,100 for the whole programme. Apply now!

 

Please click HERE to know more about the details of the Scheme.

 

 

Master of Arts in Chinese

 

The MA in Chinese Programme has a dual emphasis on creative writing and modern Chinese literature and culture, aims at providing research trainings and in-depth literary and cultural knowledge to our students. The course contents provided by our Programme includes literary and cultural theories, literary works and films, which will provide another aspect of literature.

Master of Arts in Curating and Art History

 

MACAH is designed for those who wish to pursue advanced studies in art history, and professional careers in museums, curatorial and other art-related industries. Through exploration of art theories and collections, curatorial practice, art projects, entrepreneurial initiatives and professional training, students will be able to gain a multi-faceted perspective in the art and cultural landscapes in Hong Kong, Asia and beyond.

Master of Cities and Governance

 

Lingnan’s innovative new Master programme in Cities and Governance equips students with the practical skills and understanding required to tackle the huge challenges facing today’s megacities and regions.

Master of Science in Work and Organisational Psychology

 

When LU noticed the gaps between demand and supply in the talent market and the lack of practical postgraduate programmes that could give professionals and psychologists the right skills and qualifications, the University launched the Master of Science in Work and Organisational Psychology, a programme catered for those who seek a role in the academia, as well as those who seek to advance their careers.

Master of Social Sciences in Comparative Social Policy (International)

 

Comparing to other social policy programmes in universities in Europe, IMCSP accentuates the applicability of theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom while provoking students to review existing social policies across East Asia. Scrutinising the policy process and concepts of public management and governance together with insights on globalisation and social change, IMCSP helps students to arrive at critical and well-informed conclusions on concrete policy issues and develop alternative solutions.

Master of Social Sciences in Health and Social Services Management

 

To meet the demand of our ageing society, Lingnan University has launched MSocSc in Health and Social Services Management to cultivate talents for the social welfare and healthcare services sectors, helping our ageing population age healthily.