Full-time: 1 year normative study period (2 terms for 1 year; maximum study period : 6 terms)
Part-time: 2 years normative study period (4 terms for 2 years; maximum study period : 8 terms)
Students need to take 24 credits (8 subjects)
There are approximately 12-14 weeks in each semester. The lessons will be held mainly at night in weekdays and on Saturday. The medium of instruction will be mostly in Putonghua, to be supplemented with English and/or Cantonese.
Internet submission of admission materials via website: Application for Admission to Posstgraduate Programmes (cuhk.edu.hk)
After submitting an online application, applicants upload the following documents to the Graduate School (Application for Admission to Posstgraduate Programmes (cuhk.edu.hk)):
*Applicants who obtained degrees from universities in Mainland China are required to provide an Online Verification Report of Higher Education Qualification Certificate (教育部學歷證書電子註冊備案表) and an Online Verification Report of Higher Education Degree Certificate (中國高等教育學位在線驗證報告) issued by the CHESICC (學信網) together with other supporting documents. Please refer to the official website of the CHESICC on the samples at https://www.chsi.com.cn/xlcx/bgys.jsp.
The following official documents should be sent directly by the University, the English Examination Orgranization and the referees to the General Office of the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies before the application deadline. (Address: Rm 301, Leung Kau Kui Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T. HK)
Please write the application number, the name of programme applied and name of applicant on the envelope.
Full-time : HKD$120,800 (1 year, 2 installments for full-time students)
Part-time : HKD$60,400 (2 years, 4 installments for part-time students)
Additional tuition fee (HKD$15,102) will be charged for each course taken after the normative study period.
(Pending for approval.)
1. The “Scholarship for Buddhist Monastics, Master of Arts Programme in Buddhist Studies, Faculty of Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong”
GS Charity Foundation Limited
Mr. LAM Yiu Ming
Plaza Premium Group
Texan International Limited
The “Scholarship for Buddhist Monastics, Master of Arts Programme in Buddhist Studies, Faculty of Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong” welcomes applications from Monks or Nuns who are studying the MA programme in Buddhist Studies.
2. The “Scholarship for General Students, Master of Arts Programme in Buddhist Studies, Faculty of Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong”
The “Scholarship for Students, Master of Arts Programme in Buddhist Studies, Faculty of Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong” welcomes applications who are studying the MA programme in Buddhist Studies.
The application form and the required materials should be submitted by 14 April 2024. Applicants will be invited for interviews.
Teachers' employment is supported and partially funded by:
The D. H. Chen Foundation
William W. L. Fan & Co. Solicitors.
Priority Round: 29 February 2024
Final Round: 14 April 2024
Graduate Division of Religious Studies / Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, Miss Ivy Wong
Tel: (852) 3943-1352
Graduate School Office
Tel. No. of General Enquiry: (852)3943-8976 or (852)3943-8977