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Masters Degrees in Chinese History in Hong Kong

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Chinese Law LLM

The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong

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Study a Chinese History Masters in Hong Kong in 2024

Chinese history looks at the development of China over time, as well as improving your Chinese language skills. You will cover a variety of topics around the social, political and cultural themes of the country. You may be able to start learning the Chinese language from scratch, or you might be developing language skills that you already possess.

A postgraduate degree in Chinese history will allow you to develop the skills and knowledge you gained at undergraduate level. Modules you study might include dynasties of China, advanced Chinese language courses, history of war in China, and contemporary China.

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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