Taught Postgraduate Programmes

MA Scheme in Chinese, Linguistics and Translation (MASCLT)

The aim of the MA Scheme in Chinese, Linguistics and Translation is to develop the intellectual, critical and imaginative abilities of students in relation to a particular body of subject matters. It is conceived and designed as an advanced course of intellectual training in modern linguistics, Chinese and translation, geared to Hong Kong society with relevance to a variety of professions. It helps the students to learn the basic knowledge necessary for these professions and the ways to apply that knowledge to their work.

 

The MA Scheme consists of seven MA programmes. Each programme has its own curriculum and handles its own admissions.

Master of Arts in Bilingual Corporate Communication (MABCC)

This programme aims to draw upon the strengths of CBS in language-mediated communication, sign-mediated communication, bilingual & cross-cultural communication as well as China studies to cultivate and equip students with attributes that are essential for a successful career in corporate communication. | Read more |

Master of Arts in Chinese Linguistics (MACL)

This programme is an advanced programme of academic training in modern Chinese linguistics. It is tailored to Hong Kong society, providing its graduates with skills and knowledge that are relevant to a variety of professions. | Read more |

Master of Arts / Postgraduate Diploma in Chinese Language and Literature (MACLL/PgDCLL)

This programme helps students to acquire knowledge related to Chinese language, literature and culture, and to gain the skills necessary for teaching Chinese, and the ability to apply this knowledge to their work. | Read more |

Master of Arts in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (MATCFL)

This programme builds on the diversity of students' prior experiences and extends their knowledge of Chinese language, Chinese literature and Chinese culture in order to develop their learning and teaching skills, enabling them to develop a promising career in Chinese language education. | Read more |

Master of Arts in Translating and Interpreting (MATI)

This programme offers a broad-based curriculum with intensive training, which prepares students for future professional specialisations. Students are equipped with advanced knowledge and career-enhancing skills that are in great demand in both the private and public sectors. | Read more |

Master of Arts in Chinese Language and Literature (with a specialism in Chinese Language Teaching for Teachers of Non-Chinese Speaking Students) [MACLL (TNCS)]

This programme helps students to acquire basic knowledge in Chinese language, literature and culture, the know-how of teaching Chinese as a second language, and the necessary skills needed for teaching Chinese to non-Chinese-speaking students.
It is Included in EDB’s "Professional Enhancement Grant Scheme for Chinese Teachers (Teaching Chinese as a Second Language)". | Read more |

Master of Arts / Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (with a specialism in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Hong Kong Schools) [MA/PgDTCFL(HKS)]

The programme develops the intellectual, critical and imaginative abilities of students in relation to Chinese language education. Specifically, it aims to develop students' awareness of and sensitivity to the differences between Chinese and other languages, and the differences between Chinese culture and other cultures. It builds on the diversity of experience that students bring to the programme and facilitates their professional development by extending their knowledge of Chinese language, Chinese literature and Chinese culture to enhance their learning and teaching skills.
It is Included in EDB’s "Professional Enhancement Grant Scheme for Chinese Teachers (Teaching Chinese as a Second Language)". | Read more |

Master of Speech Therapy (MST)

This is a full-time postgraduate programme launched in September 2013. The curriculum is designed to meet locally and internationally recognised standards with a good mix of traditional lectures, Problem Based Learning (PBL) tutorials and clinical practices. MST is an entry-level professional qualification. After successfully completing the programme, MST graduates are recognized as qualified for speech therapy practice. | Read more |

Doctor of Applied Language Sciences (DALS)

This programme is offered by the Faculty of Humanities. It aims to help nurture and develop a critical mass of future leaders in language-related professions. Students will be informed of the developments in language sciences and develop an advanced understanding of the inextricable link between theory and practice. They will be able to integrate linguistic knowledge and research skills with reflective practice in coping with the demands and development of their careers as language professionals in the age of globalisation and digitalisation.  | Read more |