Master of Arts in Digital Learning and Technology

Special Features

Special Features

Provides educators and professionals with opportunities to develop their interdisciplinary knowledge, understanding, and skills in designing and applying digital technologies in various disciplines and contexts

Special Features

Builds leadership in transforming formal and informal educational experiences

Special Features

Optimises the use of digital technologies in promoting lifelong learning and digital literacy in the workplace

Special Features

Enables students to acquire skills in using digital and educational technologies to transform teaching and learning experiences, including design, implementation and evaluation of curriculums, teaching and learning activities and assessments

This programme is suitable for fresh graduates, educators and professionals at different stages of their careers, interested in applying digital learning and educational technologies to diverse disciplines and contexts.

The MA(DLT) is a 24-credit-point (cp) programme comprising 8 courses. Each course carries 3 cps. Students must complete 3 core courses, 2 practical research and application courses, and 3 specialisation courses from one of the specialisations.

  Credit Points


  • Digital Leadership and Technologies to Transform Instruction, Learning and Evaluation
  • Apply Digital Technologies to Diverse Disciplines and Contexts
  • Digital Literacy for Future Citizenship

Practical Research and Application Courses

  • Capstone Project
  • International Perspectives on Digital Learning and Technology



Specialisations *

3 courses (3 credit points/course) from one of the following specialisations:

Total 24

In 2024/25, the Master of Arts in Digital Learning and Technology Programme will offer the following specialisations. Participants can choose one of the followings:

  • Education and Social Enterprises
  • Digital Media and Media Literacy
  • Technology Field
  • Language/ Language Arts

Classes are held primarily at the Tai Po Campus and occasionally at the Tseung Kwan O Study Centre/North Point Study Centre, and/or Kowloon Tong Satellite Study Centre. Students will normally attend classes on weekday evenings and on Saturdays.

English supplemented by Chinese (Putonghua / Cantonese)

Tuition Fee: HK$142,800  (Provisional and subject to adjustment)

The University reserves the right to make changes to tuition fee without prior notice. Tuition fees paid are normally not refundable or transferable.

Applicants should normally hold a recognised bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Shortlisted applicants may be required to attend an interview.

Applicants whose entrance qualification is obtained from an institution in a non-English speaking system should normally fulfill one of the following minimum English proficiency requirements:

  • IELTS 6.0; or
  • Grade C or above in GCSE / GCE OL English; or a TOEFL score of 80 (internet-based test); or
  • Band 6 in the Chinese Mainland’s College English Test (CET) (a total score of 430 or above and the test result should be valid within two years); or
  • Other equivalent qualifications.


The results of IELTS/TOEFL provided should be within two years (i.e., for the 2024/25 intake, the IELTS/TOEFL test must be obtained on or after 1 Jan 2022); and

The results of IELTS/TOEFL should be “taken in test centres” (i.e., tests taken online such as IELTS indicator/IELTS Online and TOEFL Home Editions are NOT accepted).

  • Master of Arts in Digital Learning and Technology Programme Entrance Scholarship 2024/25

This scholarship will be offered to 5% of the entire cohort with good academic performance and notable contribution to non-academic achievement enrolled in the academic year 2024/25. Each awardee will receive HK$10,000.

For details, please click HERE. (English Only)

  • The Scholarship for Teachers

 This programme is under “the Scholarship for Teachers (Pursuit of Master’s Degree Programmes)” hosted by the Education Bureau.

 For further information, please visit Education Bureau's website