Course Highlight/ Description



This programme furnishes students with the knowledge, mindset and skills required to meet career demands in arts, cultural, heritage and museum education. It complements global and local trends of enhancing citizens’ all-around development in formal and non-formal arts and cultural education.

Building on the strong partnerships between The Education University of Hong Kong and heritage and art institutes nationally, regionally and internationally, the programme is interdisciplinary.

It focuses on enhancing the work-related competencies of practitioners. The programme contributes to the education process and competitiveness of Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area and the region by encouraging the development of culturally competent and values-inspired citizens.


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



Graduates of this BA(HE&AM) programme have competence in integrating education, management and technology for careers related to heritage, museums, and the arts. They are prepared for employment in various sectors, including education, government, and non-government organizations. They have constructive abilities to bring to galleries, art centers, and cultural organizations as well as private and social enterprises, working in jobs ranging from heritage/ museum/ arts/ project/ event/ stage managers to arts/ cultural/education/ youth services and relations/ digital communications officers. The developments of the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) and the Greater Bay Area provide new vistas and new prospects for our graduates. They are well equipped to seize the opportunities that will be presented.

Career Prospects:
Cultural heritage/ Museum/ Arts/ Cultural and educational activities
Museum/ Gallery/ Exhibition venue facilities management
Assistant curator/ Arts consultant work