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Unleashing the Power of Collaboration: FHM's Rewarding Visit to the GBA

Unleashing the Power of Collaboration: FHM's Rewarding Visit to the GBA

FHM and University of Lapland Sign MoUs on Academic Collaboration and Student Exchange

FHM and University of Lapland Strengthen Ties for Academic Collaboration and Student Exchange

FHM signs MoU with the Department of History of Peking University

FHM signs MoU with the Department of History of Peking University

Senior Year Admissions

Senior Year Admissions

Undergraduate Prospectus 2024/25 is Now Available!

Undergraduate Prospectus 2024/25 is Now Available!

FTA and CTCS Awardees 2023

Congratulations to Winners of Teaching Awards

Excellent results for FHM in RGC’s research funding schemes in 2023/24

Excellent results for FHM in RGC’s research funding schemes in 2023/24

New Decade and New Challenges for New Dean

New Decade and New Challenges for New Dean

Humanity can broaden the Way

Humanity can broaden the Way

The Faculty of Humanities aspires to be a leading faculty in humanities education by contributing to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge.

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The Faculty of Humanities

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Areas of Expertise

Department of Chinese Language Studies

 

Leveraging our strength of veteran teachers and high-calibre scholars in Chinese language education, international Chinese language education and Chinese linguistics, the Department of Chinese Language Studies (CHL) undertakes teaching and research on Chinese language education and Chinese linguistics for a variety of programmes in the Faculty of Humanities and beyond.

 

Chinese
Language
Studies

Department of English Language Education

 

The Department of English Language Education (ELE) aspires to play a regionally leading role in the study and practice of English language education in Hong Kong and beyond, to nurture graduates with a global outlook and multicultural awareness, and to excel in multidisciplinary research in language learning and teaching.

 

English
Language
Education

Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies

 

The Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies (LML) aspires to play a leading role in the study of linguistics in the region, producing high quality graduates and scholars well versed in language studies in multilingual settings incorporating language technology. The focus is on the scientific study of human language and the creation of a multidisciplinary research culture in areas such as language technology, digital humanities for Cantonese, corpus linguistics, clinical linguistics, language in society, language learning and acquisition, multilingual education, and translation studies. We are also committed to the promotion of modern language learning as a response to increasing globalisation and cross-cultural communication.

 

Linguistics and
Modern Language
Studies

Department of Literature and Cultural Studies

 

Firmly rooted in Hong Kong, a city with a rich history of intercultural encounters, the Department of Literature and Cultural Studies (LCS) at The Education University of Hong Kong pursues regional leadership in literary, cultural, and historical studies. Through strong commitment to the research activities of its staff, to interdisciplinary engagements, and to intercultural and international exchange, the Department aspires to become a prominent site of quality higher education and academic excellence.

 

Literature and
Cultural Studies

People @ FHM

我參加了本港國際學校的專業實習和網路教學線上實習,獲得了寶貴的教學實踐經歷,也圓了在香港當老師的夢想。

XIONG Ruisi

Master of Arts in Teaching Chinese as an International Language

2021年度畢業生

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The programme curriculum offers a wide variety of courses which are not only teaching-related, but are also related to studies of Chinese linguistics, literature and culture.

CHAN Pak Hei Jason

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language

2021 graduate

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The courses provided by the FHM have greatly deepened my knowledge in terms of English language and culture.

WONG Wing Sum

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Language Studies

English Major, 2020 graduate

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I highly recommend the MATESOL programme as it provided me with both the disciplinary knowledge of theories and the skills to transfer that expertise into practice.

VALLADARES Eric William

Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

2021 graduate

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The two teaching practicums helped me to be more familiar with the teaching duties and provided opportunities to get along with students.

HUNG Po Ling

Bachelor of Education (Honours) (Chinese History)

2021 graduate​​​​

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We prioritise the academic training of students in Chinese language and the cultivation of cross-cultural communication skills to meet the demands of social development.

Prof LEUNG Pui Wan Pamela

Associate Dean (Quality Assurance and Enhancement) / Acting Head, Department of Chinese Language Studies

Message from the Acting Head

We aspire to nurture graduates with a global outlook and multicultural awareness.

Dr LEE Ju Seong

Acting Head, Department of English Language Education (ELE)

Message from the Acting Head

We aim to promote academic and professional knowledge and apply it to real life situations through community-engaged learning and research.

Dr WANG Lixun

Associate Dean (International Engagement) / Acting Head, Department of Linguistics and Modern Language Studies

Message from the Acting Head

We aspire to become a centre of research excellence and quality higher education as well as a hub for vibrant cross-cultural exchange.

Dr FUNG Chi Wang

Assistant Dean (Quality Assurance and Programmes) / Acting Head, Department of Literature and Cultural Studies

Message from the Acting Head

The humanities play a crucial role in our post-pandemic future as many questions relevant to the humanities, such as community, cultural representations, ethical responsibility, environmental concerns, and intersectional awareness, have been brought into much sharper focus.

Professor John ERNI

Dean

Message from the Dean