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    Introduction

    Master of Arts in Visual Arts Education and Creative Practice

    MA(VAECP) | A1M098 | 1-year Full-time

    Programme Leader: Dr HUNG Keung

     

    The Visual Arts educational environment is changing at a rapid pace both within formal educational institutions and outside them, and for all educational levels. 

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    Programme Aims

    Prepare students for future careers in visual arts, visual arts education and associated fields within the context of an expanding and rapidly changing creative arts and educational sector;

    Provide professional level opportunities for artistic development, the cross-fertilisation of ideas and a trans-disciplinary approach to professional practice in the art and educational fields, fostering collaboration, and stimulating entrepreneurship and innovation;

    Enable students to cultivate an advanced knowledge of relevant historical, cultural, philosophical, aesthetic and educational paradigms to support particular career paths.

    Programme Structure

    The MA(VAECP) is an one-year full-time, 24-credit point (cp) programme comprising four "Core" courses (15 cps) and three "Elective" courses (9cps), structured as follows:

    Application & Admission

    Interested applicants please submit your application via EdUHK Online Application Systems. Prior to your submission, please visit https://www.eduhk.hk/acadprog/postgrad.html for detailed application and admission information. For enquiries, please contact us on (852) 2948 6886 or by e-mail: admission@eduhk.hk.

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    Contact Us

    Tel: (852) 2948 7139

    Tel: (852) 2948 7068

    Fax: (852) 2948 7080

    Department of Cultural and Creative Arts

    B1-1/F-03, The Education University of Hong Kong, 10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong

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