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课程旨在培养学生成为具备专业史学知识、生动教学技巧、创意和国际视野的中国历史老师,以配合教育改革和中国历史教育的发展方向。

毕业生将:

- 具备中国历史知识,认识中国历史事件的当代意义,并胜任教学和课程设计工作;
- 具备批判思考及分析能力,能运用逻辑和创造力解决问题;
- 在社会及职业岗位上展示出良好的沟通能力;及
- 具有全球意识和较高的道德判断力。

This programme aims to cultivate students with professional ethics, creativity, lively teaching abilities and a global perspective for teaching the subject of Chinese History in secondary schools. Graduates are expected to:

- possess the relevant pedagogical and curriculum development skills as well as discipline knowledge with an emphasis on the understanding of the contemporary significance of the Chinese historical issues;
- possess critical thinking and analytical skills to solve problems logically and creatively;
- communicate and interact effectively with others in social and professional contexts; and
- demonstrate global awareness with a high standard of morality.

Intakes

九月入学 September Intake

Course Duration

5年 5 Years

Entry Requirement

(只提供英文版本)
Acceptable non-local qualifications for Malaysian students:

- Grade C or above in at least 6 subjects at UEC (Senior Middle Level) in one sitting; or
- Grade C or above in at least 3 subjects in Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) in the same sitting, other than language subjects.

Recognised English Language Qualification(s):
- Band 4 (Aggregated Score 180-219) or above in Malaysian University English Test (MUET); or
- Grade C or above in SPM English Language; or
- Grade C or above in STPM English Language; or
- Grade B4 or above in UEC-Senior English Language; or
- General English Language Requirements

For other acceptable non-local qualifications, please refer to https://www.apply.eduhk.hk/ug/nonlocal.

Total Estimated Fee

港币70万元(学费或会有所调整) HK$700,000 (subject to annual review)

Careers Prospects

学生完成本课程后可符合申请成为注册教师的资格。毕业生亦可从事编辑丶于博物馆或政府部门担任非教学职位。

The programme aims to produce committed secondary school Chinese History teachers who are eligible to apply to become fully qualified and registered teachers in Hong Kong. Graduates of the Chinese History programme should also be capable of taking up non-teaching positions in editing, museum or government.