Friday, November 21, 2014

We've Started Accepting Applications for MA Programmes 2015-16!

Postgraduate Programme Poster
Here is some brief application information of the MA programmes of the Department of Anthropology at CUHK. For more details please visit the Department's homepage.

Programme Overview
The goal of the programme is to teach students the basic theories and methods of social and cultural anthropology and to give them a broad understanding of anthropology's different topics. Students will learn to develop their abilities of critical, independent and creative thinking in analyzing contemporary social and political issues, and understanding the diversity of human cultures and societies.
A key feature and major advantage of the Programme is that students are able to take courses that fit their background and interest. For example, foreign students can concentrate on Chinese society and culture, while students working in museums can concentrate on the anthropology of tourism, museums, archaeology, and other areas relevant to their work. 

Who Should Apply
The M.A. Programme is designed for people who have or have not majored in anthropology but wish to receive a formal education in the discipline. Work experience is desirable which allows students to relate coursework to their profession. Candidates with a strong background in social sciences may wish to concentrate on one of the Department's specializations such as the Anthropology of East Asia or Ethnicity and Identity. 

Information Session
Date: 13 December 2014 (Sat)
Time: 2:00pm
Venue: Room 306, Esther Lee Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Registration: Please click here

Application Information
Application method: Graduate School Online Application (start from 3 Nov 2014).
Application deadline: 31 March 2015 (Rolling admission will start from February 2015.)

Tuition Fee
HK$90,000 per annum (full-time); 
HK$45,000 per annum (part-time)

Telephone: (852) 3943-7670 / 3943-7677

For the Mphil / PhD programmes 2015-2016, please refer to our earlier blog post.

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