• Admission Requirement

    All applicants MUST fulfill the admission requirement of the University's Graduate School AND

    - possess a pass grade in English in one of the following examinations:

    - HK Advanced Level Examination (AS Level)
    - HK Higher Level Examination
    - CUHK Matriculation Examination, or

    have a degree from a university in Hong Kong or taken a degree programme of which the medium of instruction was English; or
    achieve Level 4 or above in the English subject of the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) examination; or
    submit a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (paper-based), or 79 (internet-based); or a minimum IELTS (Academic) score of 6.5. *TOEFL and IELTS are considered valid for two years from the test date.
  • Applicants are required to submit a statement of purpose in English articulating the relevance of their study plans to their career objectives and professional interests. In addition, they have to produce undergraduate transcripts as well as two recommendation letters in which one of them must be from academic sources. Past academic performance, work experience, references, motivation and language ability will be considered.

    If applicants submit multiple applications for admission to various programmes in the School, please list the programmes in a priority order of their study interest clearly. Each applicant will be given only ONE admission offer from the School if he/she is eligible.

    According to the School’s policy, applicants are not allowed to switch to another programme once their admission offer is accepted.
  • Tuition Fees (2024 September Intake)

    Full-time: $165,000 (per annum)
    Part-time: $63,000 (per annum)

  • Who Should Apply

    The MSc in New Media targets both working professionals and aspiring graduates from various disciplines who wish to begin a career in new media. Graduates from humanities, social sciences, business studies, natural sciences, engineering and education are all eligible to apply.

  • Housing

    The University does not offer on-campus accomodation to non-local students. Non-local students are responsible for making their own housing arrangements in Hong Kong.