Those who work or aspire to work with children and families, and are keen to develop a deeper understanding of their work.
|Elective Courses (students are required to choose either Option)
Classes are held on weekday evenings and on Saturdays, primarily at the Tai Po Campus and/or other venues as decided by the University.
The medium of instruction is English, except the fieldwork attachment for non-thesis option will mainly be conducted in Chinese.
Applicants should hold a recognised Bachelor’s degree and/or a postgraduate diploma, preferably in education, psychology or related disciplines. Shortlisted applicants may be required to attend an interview and /or a test.
Applicants whose entrance qualifications were obtained from an institution in a non-English speaking system should fulfil the minimum English proficiency requirements of the University:
The tuition fee for the whole programme is HK$120,000 ($5,000 per credit) which is provisional and subject to adjustment. Tuition fees paid are normally not refundable or transferable.
Ms. Michelle Chiu
(Alumnus of 2016/17, English only)
Ms. Catherine Lau
(Alumnus of 2016/17, Cantonese only)
Ms. Bonnie Ng
(Year 2 student, Cantonese only)
I chose this programme because it embraces the two major elements of my work as a teacher – child and family. I often find myself linking what I have learnt from the lecturers with various issues of my individual students; learning should be a happy process, and happy students learn more effectively. In this regard, the research, experience and expertise of the lecturers have been a tremendous help to me.
Mr. George So
CEO, English Education Centre
Professional Trainer, Human Resources
Alumnus of MA(CFE)