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The programme features 6 study themes. Upon completion of the first year curriculum, students will specialize in one of the four themes in the second year of their study (except Japanese Studies and Korean Studies themes), and, at the same time, select a combination of courses offered by the other themes.


Programme Aims & Features

Bilingual Studies

This theme aims to provide a solid foundation in bilingual studies (Chinese-English). Through a number of specialized courses, students will not only improve their language skills but will also learn about the practical use of both languages, including translation, linguistics, Chinese lexicology and syntax.

Upon completion of the first year curriculum, students will specialize in this theme in the second year of their study, and, at the same time, select a combination of courses offered by the other themes*.

*Except Japanese Studies Theme and Korean Studies Theme.

Opportunities for Further Studies

2016 Overall Progression Rate: 78%
Government-funded Bachelor’s Degree Programmes: 65%
Many of our graduates/students are admitted to UGC-funded degree programmes every year. The list below shows the programmes that our graduates/students of the past three years articulated to*:

The University of Hong Kong

BA & BEd Language Education - Chinese (Double Degree) 
BA & BEd in Language Education - English (Double Degree) 
BSc Information Management

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

BA Chinese Language and Literature
BA Cultural Management
BA Cultural Studies
BA English
BA History
BA Japanese Studies
BA Linguistics
BA Philosophy
BA Translation
BSSc Gender Studies
BSSc Global Studies

City University of Hong Kong

BA Chinese
BA Chinese & History
BA Digital Television & Broadcasting
BA English Studies
BA Linguistics & Language Applications
BA Linguistics & Language Technology
BA Media & Communication
BA Translation & Interpretation
BBA Global Business Systems Management
BSocSc Asian & International Studies

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

BA (Hons) Bilingual Interdisciplinary Chinese Studies
BA (Hons) Chinese & Bilingual Studies
BA (Hons) English Studies for the Professions
BA (Hons) Language & Speech Sciences
BBA (Hons) International Shipping & Transport Logistics
Broad Discipline of Hotel & Tourism Management
Broad Discipline of Language, Culture & Communication

Hong Kong Baptist University

BA (Hons)
BA (Hons) Chinese Language & Literature
BA (Hons) Creative & Professional Writing
BA (Hons) English Language & Literature
BA (Hons) English Language & Literature and BEd (Hon) English Language Teaching (Double Degree)
BA (Hons) History
BA (Hons) Humanities
BA (Hons) Religious Studies
BA (Hons) Translation
BSSc (Hons) European Studies - German Stream
BSSc (Hons) Geography

The Education University of Hong Kong

BA (Hons) Language Studies - Chinese Major
BA (Hons) Language Studies - English Major
BA (Hons) Language Studies & BEd (Hons) English Language (co-terminal double degree)
BA (Hons) Teaching Chinese as a Second Language
BEd (Hons) Chinese History
BEd (Hons) Chinese Language
BEd (Hons) Early Childhood Education
BEd (Hons) (Primary) - Mathematics Major
BEd (Hons) (Secondary) - English Language
BEd (Hons) (Secondary) - History Major
BSSc (Hons) Global & Environmental Studies

Lingnan University

BA (Hons)
BA (Hons) History
BA (Hons) Philosophy
BA (Hons) Visual Studies

Through-train Pre-enrolment Scheme

Swansea University, The UK
  • BA in English Language
  • BA in English Language and Teaching English as a Foreign Language
  • BA in English-Chinese Translation and Interpreting
  • BA in Media and Communication
  • BA in Politics


Graduates are eligible to apply for admission to the full-time top-up degree programmes offered locally by HKU SPACE International College in collaboration with the following universities:

Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland
  • BA Communication, Advertising & Public Relations
Middlesex University London, UK
  • BA (Hons) Journalism and Media
  • BA (Hons) Media and Cultural Studies
  • BA (Hons) Publishing and Digital Culture
University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Media Culture and Practice
The University of Western Australia, Australia
  • Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) - Japanese Language Pathway
  • Bachelor of Arts (Asian Studies) - Korean Language Pathway
  • Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Media Studies) - Communication Studies Pathway
  • Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Media Studies) - Language Studies Pathway 

Career Prospects

Graduates from this programme can pursue careers in the civil service and other public institutions and services, and the private sector. You will find openings in fields such as journalism, translation, media, education, public relations and copywriting.



*The above list is not exhaustive and only shows some of the examples.

 Excluding Japanese Studies and Korean Studies themes.

  • Advanced Chinese Language
  • Introduction to Academic English
  • English for Academic Purposes I & II
  • English for Arts and Humanities
  • Introduction to Multimedia/ Information Technology an Applications
  • Quantitative Analysis I or Mathematics with Applications
  • Self-writing and Representation


  • English Phonetics and Phonology
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Introduction to Translation
  • Modern Chinese Language
  • Reading and Writing in Chinese


Year 1
(Choose ONE to TWO courses from the following)

  • Ideas that Shaped the Modern World
  • Introduction to Chinese Literature
  • Understanding Culture and Everyday Life

Year 2
(Choose TWO to THREE courses from the following and/or from any courses listed under "Specialism Core" of other themes. (Except Japanese Studies Theme and Korean Studies Theme))

  • Advanced Chinese for Business and Commerce
  • Advanced Putonghua
  • Introduction to Applied Linguistics
  • Introduction to Film Studies
  • Introduction to Media and Communications
  • Introduction to Modern Chinese Literature
  • News Writing and Translation
  • Understanding Korean Culture
  • Understanding Popular Culture in Japan

Year 1

(Choose Two courses from the following, at least ONE from each domain)

Global Issues and Development

  • Politics, Peoples and Culture: The Making of a Globalising World since 1945

Reasoning & Science

  • Elements of Logic and Critical Thinking
  • Ideas that Shaped the Modern World

Year 2

(Choose Two courses from the following, at least ONE from each domain)

Humanities and Arts

  • Arts Appreciation 
  • The Process of Theatre Making 
  • Applied Ethics

Chinese Societies: Heritage and Culture

  • From Revolution to Modernisation: A History of Modern China
  • Rethinking Popular Culture

  • 文學副學士(語言及人文學科)﹣雙語研究
  • 香港中文大學翻譯系三年級


  • 文學副學士(語言及人文學科)﹣雙語研究
  • 香港中文大學歷史系三年級

由一個「失敗」的理科人轉化成一個「成功」的文科人,過程絕不容易;由不獲任何大學取錄到取得多間大學取錄,苦盡甘來的感覺很奇妙。現在我就讀香港中文大學歷史系三年級,有機會感受大學的文化,「上莊」、「DEM BEAT」、玩「院慶」等,這些改變都是有賴港大附屬學院 (CC) 對我的幫助。