Course Highlight/ Description


This is the first undergraduate programme in Hong Kong to offer arts management and cultural studies components to complement discipline-based training in the creative arts. It aims to develop community-based artists who can work across a range of established art forms and contribute to promoting and developing arts and arts education in the local, regional, and international cultural and creative industries. Students will focus on the core arts discipline of Music.


九月入学 September Intake

Course Duration

4年 4 years

Entry Requirement

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

Total Estimated Fee

港币56万元(学费或会有所调整) HK$560,000 (subject to annual review)

Careers Prospects


Due to the rapid growth of the cultural and creative industries in Asia and increased regional competition, there is great demand for cultural experts who are creative, multi-skilled, flexible, resourceful, ethical, and competent to work in fields requiring multi-tasking beyond their primary area of study.

Thus, qualified graduates with interdisciplinary training, knowledge in cross-arts issues and management, and cultural literacy are in high demand. Graduates will be prepared for possible employment in the cultural and creative industries, the commercial sector, the media, the government and non-governmental organisations.

Graduates may also choose to pursue a teaching career by completing an additional year of professional teacher training or to undertake further studies locally or overseas. The graduates have been working at various private and public organisations, such as 100 Most, Baron School of Music, Chung Ying Theatre Company, Hong Kong Arts Festival, Lumenvisum, The Mills Gallery, Ming Pao Daily News, Moon Gallery, Microsoft, The Pottery Workshop at Jingdezhen, Theatre Ronin, The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, MTR Corporation Limited, The Hong Kong Jockey Club, Yat Po Singers Limited, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Ballet, K11 Art Foundation, Theatre Space, Design Trust, etc.