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Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Creative Arts and Culture – Visual Arts

Course overview

Statistics
Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 4 years
Intakes September
Tuition (Local students) Data not available
Tuition (Foreign students) RM 87,451

About

This is the first undergraduate programme in Hong Kong to offer arts management and cultural studies to complement discipline-based training in the creative arts. It aims to develop community-based artists who are 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. Students will focus on the core arts discipline of Visual Arts.

Admissions

Intakes

Fees

Tuition

Data not available
Local students
RM 87,451
Foreign students

Estimated cost as reported by the Institution.

Application

RM 90
Local students
RM 180
Foreign students

Student Visa

RM 138
Foreign students

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Entry Requirements

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

GCE AL / IAL with

  • Grade D or above in 3 AL subjects; or
  • Grade D in 2 AL plus 2 Advanced Supplementary Level (ASL) subjects. (

Not including Chinese / Mandarin / English Language subjects. The same subject cannot be counted at both the AL and ASL).

International Baccalaureate Diploma

  • Applicant should request the IB organization to send scores to the University (Institution Code: 004307).

SAT Reasoning Test

  • A minimum total score of 1,190 (out of 1,600) in the new SAT Reasoning Test (including Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Mathematics) / 1,650 (out of 2,400) in the old SAT Reasoning Test (including Critical Reading, Writing, and Mathematics) in one sitting.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

TOEFL

  • (MyBestTM Score is not accepted) Internet-based: 80; or
  • Paper-based (prior to July 2017): 550; or
  • Paper-delivered Test: Minimum score at the intermediate level in each section (Reading, Listening and Writing)

* Passing the TOEFL ITP does not satisfy the English language requirement.

IELTS Academic

  • Overall Band: 6

GCE System

  • Grade E or above in GCE AS-level or A-level English; or
  • Grade C / Grade 4 or above in IGCSE / GCE O-level English; or
  • Grade C / Grade 4 or above in GCSE English or English Literature

IB

  • English A: Language and Literature (Higher or Standard Level) – Grade 4; or
  • English A: Literature (Higher or Standard Level) – Grade 4; or
  • English B (Higher Level) – Grade 4; or
  • English B (Standard Level) – Grade 5; or
  • English Literature and Performance (Standard Level) – Grade 4; or
  • English Text and Performance (Standard Level) – Grade 4

SAT

  • A sub-score of 8 in Essay Writing in old SAT; or
  • 590 in Evidence-Based Reading and Writing in new SAT

Others

  • Other English language qualifications deemed acceptable by the University.

Curriculum

Domain Credit Points (cps)
Year 1 Admissions
Major  
Coursework 42
Regional Summer Institute Note(2) 3
Internship 6
Cross-Faculty Core Course Note(3) 3
Major Interdisciplinary Course 3
Final Year Project (Honours Project / Capstone Project) 6
Minor / Electives 27
General Education 22
Language Enhancement 9
Total: 121

Notes:
(1) Classes will be held in Tai Po Campus and Tseung Kwan O Study Centre / Kowloon Tong Satellite Study Centre / Sports Centre as decided by the University. 
(2) For Year 1 Admissions only: Students admitted into this programme are required to participate in the Regional Summer Institute (RSI) and contribute 18% of the estimated cost of the RSI in order to complete the programme.
(3) For Year 1 Admissions only: Students admitted into this programme starting from the 2023/24 cohort are required to visit the Greater Bay Area (GBA) for a short trip (e.g. 1-day or 2-day 1-night trip) in order to complete the Cross-Faculty Core Course. While the GBA trip is heavily subsidised, students are still required to contribute 18% of the estimated cost of the trip ("student contribution"), whereas personal entertainment, meals expenses, travel document fee and personal insurance costs will not be supported. The estimated cost of the GBA trip for students admitted to the 2023/24 cohort is not available yet as it is subject to a variety of factors such as changes to the cost of the GBA trip as a result of inflation, trip duration, traveling expenses, the exchange rate, etc. The exact amount of student contribution is thus not available. 

The information listed above is provisional and subject to changes.

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