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Master of Arts in Visual Arts Education and Creative Practice

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

Programme Leader: Prof 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 Submission of Supporting Documents and Additional supporting documents for detailed application and admission information. For enquiries, please contact us on (852) 2948 6886 or by e-mail:

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Contact Us

Tel: (852) 2948 7225/ 2948 7139

Fax: (852) 2948 7080

Department of Cultural and Creative Arts

B1-1/F-20, The Education University of Hong Kong, 10 Lo Ping Road, Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong

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