|It contains 5 different specialisms: Design Practices, Design Strategies, Interaction Design, International Design and Business Management (ID&BM) and Urban Environments Design. Hong Kong, as a world-class city, is an international environment that blends Eastern and Western influences. Students study in English but explore the increasingly world-changing context of Chinese culture as they acquire interdisciplinary skills and cultural experiences that extend creative, critical and analytical thinking and development across boundaries.
|It is a practice-based taught post-graduate programme with international impact and cross-cultural scope in terms of student origins, staffing, course contents as well as curricular and extra-curricular collaborations with other international institutions. Students can choose from two concentrations namely Studio & Media Arts and Craft & Design.
|It intends to provide a well-rounded education that covers the various major arts forms, including performing arts, visual arts and media art. In addition to offering courses to nurture critical skills and equip students with general knowledge in cultural management, it also offers advanced courses such as the studies of curatorship, exhibition design, IT application in cultural management and arts festival organization to encourage specialization in studies.
|It is committed to train creative producers that are prepared and adaptable to the rapidly changing landscape of media production and creative environment by providing 1) solid training of cutting-edge technology, 2) in-depth understanding of contemporary issues in media art, and 3) a trans-disciplinary and international learning environment.