Presentation of the First Master of Arts in Chinese Studies (Language Education) Scholarship
- Honours and Kudos
- Faculty of Humanities
Master of Arts in Chinese Studies (Language Education) (MACSLE) Scholarship is a newly established award aiming to recognise MACSLE students with outstanding academic performance in the first semester.
On 4 March 2019, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities Professor Tong Ho Kin presented the first scholarship to six MACSLE Scholarship awardees for the academic year 2018/19. All awardees attained a GPA of 3.5 or above and demonstrated a good professional attitude towards learning.
MACSLE Programme Leader, Dr Zhou Lulu, and Programme Committee Member, Dr Liao Xian, shared the joyous moment with the awardees and praised their achievement.
“I was fortunate to be awarded the first MACSLE Scholarship, which was attributed to the teacher's academic guidance and help, and benefited from the Faculty's objective and fair evaluation system. The encouragement from the teacher has motivated me to move forward. A fair environment ensures all efforts have paid off.” (Ni Shuo)
“I was a Chinese teacher in mainland China and resigned for studying MACSLE in EdUHK. I am well-prepared for classes and pay attention to every point instructed by teachers during my study. Knowledge learned here has widened my horizons and equipped me to be an all-round professional teacher. I had a fruitful study in MACSLE .” (Zhang Hongbo)
“I am very honoured to receive the first MACSLE scholarship. Although I have already finished a master programme in Chinese education in mainland China, I was eager to enrich myself and explore possibilities in MACSLE . During the year, I received substantial support from teachers. For example, I am impressed when Dr Zhou Lulu provided her comments and advice promptly on our learning result online. Supportive learning environment drove me to succeed.” (Zhu Sida)