Programmes

Undergraduate Programmes

  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Creative Arts and Culture and Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Music) - DD-BA(CAC) & BEd(MU) (Five-year Full-time) (co-terminal double degree)

    Programme Aims

    • Demonstrate a solid foundation in music skills, related academic competencies, and music teaching practices to meet their future teaching needs;
    • Have a passion for professional excellence and are committed to lifelong learning;
    • Work collaboratively with students, parents, colleagues, school administrators and other professionals to promote music and related arts education in primary/secondary school; and
    • Able to work across a range of established art forms and contribute to the promotion and development of the arts and arts education in the local, regional and international cultural and creative industries.

    Programme Aims

    • Demonstrate a solid foundation in music skills, related academic competencies, and music teaching practices to meet their future teaching needs;
    • Have a passion for professional excellence and are committed to lifelong learning;
    • Work collaboratively with students, parents, colleagues, school administrators and other professionals to promote music and related arts education in primary/secondary school; and
    • Able to work across a range of established art forms and contribute to the promotion and development of the arts and arts education in the local, regional and international cultural and creative industries.

     

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  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Creative Arts and Culture and Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Visual Arts) - DD-BA(CAC) & BEd(VA) (Five-year Full-time) (co-terminal double degree)

    Programme Aims

    • Demonstrate a solid foundation in visual arts skills, related academic competencies, and visual arts teaching practices to meet their future teaching needs;
    • Have a passion for professional excellence and are committed to lifelong learning;
    • Work collaboratively with students, parents, colleagues, school administrators and other professionals to promote visual arts and related arts education in primary/secondary schools; and
    • Able to work across a range of established art forms and contribute to the promotion and development of the arts and arts education in the local, regional and international cultural and creative industries.

    Programme Aims

    • Demonstrate a solid foundation in visual arts skills, related academic competencies, and visual arts teaching practices to meet their future teaching needs;
    • Have a passion for professional excellence and are committed to lifelong learning;
    • Work collaboratively with students, parents, colleagues, school administrators and other professionals to promote visual arts and related arts education in primary/secondary schools; and
    • Able to work across a range of established art forms and contribute to the promotion and development of the arts and arts education in the local, regional and international cultural and creative industries.

     

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  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Creative Arts and Culture - BA(CAC) (Four-year Full-time)

    Programme Aims

    • Understand and interpret the arts and cultures from diverse theoretical and practical perspectives;
    • Express and create through musical, visual arts and interdisciplinary arts practices;
    • Make connections across the arts, related academic disciplines and cultural contexts in Hong Kong, Mainland China and other parts of the world;
    • Reflect on and make reasoned analysis of the needs and issues relevant to the cultural and creative industries; and
    • Work competently and professionally in supporting arts education and arts administration within cultural and creative industries.

    Programme Aims

    • Understand and interpret the arts and cultures from diverse theoretical and practical perspectives;
    • Express and create through musical, visual arts and interdisciplinary arts practices;
    • Make connections across the arts, related academic disciplines and cultural contexts in Hong Kong, Mainland China and other parts of the world;
    • Reflect on and make reasoned analysis of the needs and issues relevant to the cultural and creative industries; and
    • Work competently and professionally in supporting arts education and arts administration within cultural and creative industries.

     

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  • Bachelor of Music in Education (Honours) (Contemporary Music and Performance Pedagogy) - BME (Four-year Full-time programme) (not inviting applications for admission from 2019-20 onward)

    Programme Aims

    • Effectively communicate and collaborate with students, parents and professionals to promote ethical practices;
    • Apply music knowledge in contemporary music and performance pedagogy;
    • Make informed and intellectual choices of repertoire and pedagogical approaches in studio teaching;
    • Use diversified modes of assessment to enhance the learning of the students they teach; to inform and facilitate curriculum development, and to communicate with stakeholders;
    • Employ updated technologies to compose and produce music;
    • Integrate music with other disciplines in inter-disciplinary production and learning;
    • Apply business communication and management skills to run their music business;
    • Adapt to changing professional practices and solve problems effectively;
    • Demonstrate a deep commitment to reflective practice, independent learning, and life-long learning professional development; and
    • Develop a critical view of how music functions in society and the lives of young people.

    Programme Aims

    • Effectively communicate and collaborate with students, parents and professionals to promote ethical practices;
    • Apply music knowledge in contemporary music and performance pedagogy;
    • Make informed and intellectual choices of repertoire and pedagogical approaches in studio teaching;
    • Use diversified modes of assessment to enhance the learning of the students they teach; to inform and facilitate curriculum development, and to communicate with stakeholders;
    • Employ updated technologies to compose and produce music;
    • Integrate music with other disciplines in inter-disciplinary production and learning;
    • Apply business communication and management skills to run their music business;
    • Adapt to changing professional practices and solve problems effectively;
    • Demonstrate a deep commitment to reflective practice, independent learning, and life-long learning professional development; and
    • Develop a critical view of how music functions in society and the lives of young people.

     

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  • EdUHK Self-Nomination Admissions Scheme

    The EdUHK Self-Nomination Admissions Scheme is designed for JUPAS applicants with exceptional potential and outstanding talent in music, sports or visual arts. They can nominate themselves to the related JUPAS programmes of the University.

    Applicants shortlisted by the respective subject departments will be interviewed during February and June 2020. Students with excellent performance in the interview(s) will be given priority of admission, if deemed appropriate.

    Background

    The EdUHK Self-Nomination Admissions Scheme is designed for JUPAS applicants with exceptional potential and outstanding talent in music, sports or visual arts. They can nominate themselves to the related JUPAS programmes of the University.

    Applicants shortlisted by the respective subject departments will be interviewed during February and June 2020. Students with excellent performance in the interview(s) will be given priority of admission, if deemed appropriate.

     

    Nomination Criteria

    Music Major

    JUPAS Programme Choice

    Eligibility

    1. Put the respective programme(s) of music major as Band A choice(s) in JUPAS;
    2. Obtain high performance standard in music with relevant qualifications, experiences and achievements;
    3. Recommended by relevant associations/organisations/schools (optional but preferable).

    (Qualifications, awards and achievements in other creative arts such as dance, visual arts etc. will be considered as an advantage for BA(CAC) applicants.)

     

    Visual Arts Major

    JUPAS Programme Choice

    Eligibility

    1. Put the respective programme(s) of visual arts major as Band A choice(s) in JUPAS;
    2. Obtain high performance standard in visual arts with relevant qualifications, experiences and achievements;
    3. Recommended by relevant associations/organisations/schools (optional but preferable).

    (Qualifications, awards and achievements in other creative arts such as dance, music etc. will be considered as an advantage for BA(CAC) applicants.)

     

    Nomination Methods

    Please complete the self-nomination through the following procedures:

    1. Put the respective JUPAS programme(s) as their Band A choice(s);
    2. Read through the Nomination Criteria and complete the Online Form;
    3. Upload ALL relevant supporting documents in ONE PDF file (maximum of 15MB) via the Online Form:
      • Proof(s) of the achievements in music / sports / visual arts;
      • A personal statement;
      • Recommendation letter(s) from relevant clubs/associations/schools.

     

    Online Forms

     

    Important Dates

    1. Applicants are required to complete the self-nomination procedures by 8 January 2020.
    2. Selected applicants will be invited to admission interviews to be held during February and June 2020. Please click here for the up-to-date interview schedules. But if an applicant has not been invited to the interview(s) in the above-mentioned period, he/she should NOT assume that his/her JUPAS application is not being considered.
    3. However, if selected applicants do not attend the interview(s) in the above-mentioned period which are specially arranged for them but attend the interview(s) with other applicants after the release of HKDSE examination results in July, they will no longer enjoy the privilege of admission priority given by the Self-Nomination Admissions Scheme.

     

    Enquiry

    Tel: (852) 2948 6886
    E-mail: admission@eduhk.hk

     

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