For more information about Chinese History at The Education University of Hong Kong, please visit the webpage using the button above.
The programme aims to cultivate students with professional ethics, creativity, lively teaching abilities and a global perspective for teaching the subject of Chinese History in secondary schools.
Graduates of the programme are expected to:
be competent in pedagogical and curriculum development skills as well as discipline knowledge with the understanding of the contemporary significance of the Chinese historical issues;
possess critical thinking and analytical skills to solve problems in a logical and creative way;
communicate and interact effectively with others in social and professional contexts; and
demonstrate global awareness with high standard of morality.
We welcome local and non-local applicants who are seeking admission on the strength of non-HKDSE qualifications to apply for our government-funded programmes via direct application (i.e. Non-JUPAS application). Applicants who are seeking admission on the strength of HKDSE qualifications should apply through Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS).
Applicants who possess the following qualifications are welcome to apply via direct application:
A recognised post-secondary qualification^ such as an Associate Degree/Higher Diploma; or
One year of attendance in a recognised Associate Degree/Higher Diploma programme; or
Non-local qualification such as a GCE AL, IB Diploma, High School Graduation Diploma or SAT.; or
Transfer students who are currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree or higher degree programmes at a recognised local or non-local university; or
HKALE qualification; or
A mature applicant; or
Possession of other exceptional abilities that merit special consideration.
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