BA, RPg and MA programme information

23 08, 2023

MA Instructors and Supervisors


Course instructors and capstone project supervisors All faculty members and adjunct teachers may supervise students' capstone projects.  Faculty members Dr. Christophe Coupe Dr. Youngah Do Dr. Jonathan Havenhill Dr. Olivia Lam Dr. Joe Perry Dr. Yoonsang Song Dr. Kofi Yakpo Adjunct teachersMr. Darius AdjongDr. Dalan Mehuli Perangin AnginDr. Daisy ChowDr. Hing Yuet FungMs. Ren HeDr. Leo HoyeDr. Jane Man-yu LaiDr. Charles LamDr. Lawrence LamDr. Elaine LauDr. Hanbo LiaoDr. Ralph LiuDr. Melody LuMs. Wenjin NiDr. Marcelo SevillaDr. Pui Yiu SzetoDr. Arthur ThompsonDr. Thomas van HoeyDr. May WongDr. Percy WongDr. [...]

MA Instructors and Supervisors2023-11-27T17:19:25+08:00
9 08, 2023



Application apply via Taught Postgraduate Admissions and pay the application fee upload your supporting documents as soon as possible. Hardcopies are NOT required at application stage. Applications without supporting documents are considered incomplete and will not be reviewed Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview, and may be tested on subject knowledge. If you do not hear from us within 2 months of application, you may consider your application unsuccessful. Review of applications starts immediately and is on a rolling basis as soon as application begins. Interested applicants are strongly advised to apply as soon as possible. Successful applicants [...]

9 08, 2023



Admissions Academic requirement Applicants for the programme should be the holder of a good BA degree (honoured, Division 2 or above), preferably with a major in linguistics or a closely related subject from a recognised university. Expected English standards: Applicants with qualifications from a university or comparable institution outside HK where the language of teaching or examination is not English are required to obtain: a score of 550 or above (paper based test) or 80 or above (internet-based test) in the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), with a score of 4 or above in the Test of [...]

9 08, 2023



Assessment Performance in courses is either by coursework, or by examination, or by a combination of coursework and examination as specified in the descriptions of individual courses. Coursework assessment is based on essays, term papers, projects, oral presentations, quizzes, and other kinds of oral or written work as prescribed by the course instructors. Assessment / examinations will normally be held at the end of the semester in which the courses are taken. Standard of assessment and classification of awards Our courses (unless otherwise specified) follow the general TPg grading expectations. You can view the general expectations of student performance in [...]

9 08, 2023

Programme Structure


Programme Structure To fulfil the degree requirements of the MA in Linguistics, full-time students are required to complete 60 credits of  coursework, equivalent to 7 courses (2 cores and 5 electives, 6 credits each) and a capstone project (18 credits) in 1 year. Capstone Experience The capstone experience is a compulsory and unique component of our Programme. Students will have an opportunity to work with a linguist on a research topic to produce a piece of individual work which contributes to the knowledge of the field. The research will be presented in the form of an essay and a poster [...]

Programme Structure2024-03-07T09:09:50+08:00
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