|Date||1 March 2020 (Sunday)|
|Time||11:00 - 11:45am|
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Those who work or aspire to work with children and families, and are keen to develop a deeper understanding of their work.
|Elective Courses (students are required to choose either Option)
Classes are held on weekday evenings and on Saturdays, primarily at the Tai Po Campus and/or other venues as decided by the University.
The medium of instruction is English. The fieldwork attachment for the non-thesis option will be conducted in Chinese or English.
Applicants should hold a recognised Bachelor’s degree and/or a postgraduate diploma, preferably in education, psychology or related disciplines. Shortlisted applicants may be required to attend an interview and /or take a test.
Applicants whose entrance qualification is obtained from an institution in a non-English speaking system should normally fulfil one of the following minimum English proficiency requirements:
Tuition Fee: HK$126,000 (Provisional and subject to adjustment)
The tuition fee is HK$5,250 per credit, which is provisional and subject to adjustment. Tuition fees paid are normally not refundable or transferable.
1. The Department of ECE Postgraduate Entrance Scholarship for Child and Family Education
2. Master of Arts in Child and Family Education Entrance Scholarship
3. The Scholarship for Teachers (Pursuit of Master's Degree Programmes)
This programme is under "The Scholarship for Teachers (Pursuit of Master's Degree Programmes)" hosted by the Education Bureau. The Scholarship is open for application from 18 May to 12 June 2020.
For further information, please visit Education Bureau's website.
Mr. Jason Tsui
(Student, Cantonese only)
Ms. Sarah Yao
(Alumna of 2017/18, Putonghua only)
Ms. Michelle Chiu
(Alumna of 2016/17, English only)
Ms. Catherine Lau
(Alumna of 2016/17, Cantonese only)
Ms. Bonnie Ng
(Alumna of 2017/18, Cantonese only)
I chose this programme because it embraces the two major elements of my work as a teacher – child and family. I often find myself linking what I have learnt from the lecturers with various issues of my individual students; learning should be a happy process, and happy students learn more effectively. In this regard, the research, experience and expertise of the lecturers have been a tremendous help to me.
Mr. George So
CEO, English Education Centre
Professional Trainer, Human Resources
Alumnus of MA(CFE)