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Cultural Studies degrees in Hong Kong

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Study a Cultural Studies degree in Hong Kong in 2024

An interdisciplinary field, Cultural Studies examines behaviours of societies, and how certain institutions (such as education or politics) affects these behaviours. It also looks at the historical foundations of contemporary culture, and how our society and culture came to be what it is today in different countries across the world. As a student of Cultural Studies, you will look at how different cultures operate and how that relates to wider systems of power and social expectations.

During a Cultural Studies degree, you will cover a range of topics. Some examples include:

  • 21st Century Sociology
  • Education and Inequality
  • Migration and Integration
  • Surveillance, Technology and Control
  • Class, Culture & Conflict

Study in Hong Kong

Modern Hong Kong combines tradition and modernity to create exciting courses that provide a strong theoretical and practical education. Critical thinking and creativity are encouraged. In addition to this, many courses and programmes focus on practical skills needed for your future career. Whilst Hong Kong is already a popular study abroad destination, the region is always keen to attract more international students, and invests in its higher education system to accommodate this. Hong Kong boasts one of the worlds highest concentrations of internationally ranked universities, with many of them being consistently included in the QS World University rankings.

See our detailed guide to studying in Hong Kong for international students.

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