PhD/MPhil Programs

The postgraduate programs in the Division of Humanities are interdisciplinary in nature. The Division offers a range of specializations which includes Linguistics, Literature, History and Anthropology, and Philosophy and Religion. A significant focus of interest is on studies relating to China, Hong Kong and the wider Asia-Pacific region.

Master of Philosophy (MPhil) Program in Humanities (Government funded program)
This is a master’s degree program satisfied by coursework and completion of a thesis. The primary aim of this MPhil program is to provide training for students who intend to pursue professional careers as teachers and researchers. It can be an end in itself or serve as preparation for the research degree of PhD.

More information:
For student cohort admitted from 2013/14
For student cohort admitted in 2012/13
For student cohort admitted before 2012/13

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Program in Humanities (Government funded program)
The PhD degree program in the Division of Humanities is interdisciplinary in nature. It aims to provide training for students who intend to pursue professional careers.

More information:
For student cohort admitted from 2013/14
For student cohort admitted in 2012/13
For student cohort admitted before 2012/13


Last update: 13 Jul 2017