Post Date: 06 May 2022
  • Course
    Master of Arts (MA) in Literary and Comparative Studies
  • College
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  • Course Code
    MALCS
  • Descriptions
    The MA in Literary and Comparative Studies (MALCS) aims to provide students the opportunity to explore literatures in English, activate experiential learning, conduct independent research, and present their findings in a comparative and globalized context. These emphases give a distinctive character to the Programme and reflect the 2020 vision of HKBU - a vison that purports to promote world class research and deliver the best student experience.

    Our research-enriched curriculum is designed to strike a good balance between global and local literary studies. Students take methodology-based core courses that examine classic and contemporary critical theories and literary works in relation to ideas in larger contexts, such as world literatures, global modernisms, comparative literature and the arts. They are also required to take research-driven elective courses that highlight current major themes that affect the global and local communities, and how these themes are mediated in literary texts. Students can also take part in the workshops, seminars and postgraduate conferences organized by the department. They are also given the opportunity to do a Master’s thesis as the culmination of work for the MA.

    Students can opt for the full-time (1 year) or part-time (2 years) study mode to suit their interests.
  • Start Date
    1 Sep 2022
  • Venue
    Hong Kong Baptist University 香港浸會大學
  • Fee
    Local students: HK$103,950/programme;
    Non-local students: HK$114,750/programme

  • Deadline of Application
    7 Jun 2022  (non-local)
    24  July 2022  (local)

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  • Address
    Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
  • Remarks
    Enquiry : 3411 6618
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