Communication and Culture
The name “Communication and Culture” umbrellas a broad array of award-bearing and non-award bearing courses and programmes in the areas of journalism and media studies, advertising and public relations, as well as curating and collecting art and most recently, behavioral analysis and investigative interviewing.
Many of the courses and programmes we offer are run in collaboration with renowned overseas partners such as the University of the Arts London and the University of Western Australia. We also invited niche institutions such as the Emotional Intelligence Academy to run short executive programmes for working adults who are interested in communication and behavior analysis.
This programme, with its emphasis on transforming media and cultural practices, offers a broad approach that spans different sectors. It has been designed for postgraduate students considering a career in the media, culture or media arts industries, or those who want to work in research and education in these areas.
It acknowledges the need for multi-skilled individuals who can both generate ideas for original arts and cultural events, and provide leadership for the teams that realise them. The programme is aimed at graduates with some work experience who wish to challenge themselves by developing innovative approaches to arts management and cultural production.
HK$26,500 per trimester (3 trimesters in total)
Bridging Module Fee
HK$ 2,800 (for non-media/ marketing/ PR graduates)
1. What is the practice of contemporary curating across international contexts and working arts environments?
2. What is the role of a curator, and how do curators operate within the wide range of social, political, and economic circumstances that shape the context in which they work?
3. What are the decisions, strategies, and approaches that inform and define the work of curators today?
HK$20,000 (Standard Course Fee)