Doctor of Philosophy / Master of Philosophy (School of Communication)
School of Communication
Study Mode Full-time / Part-time
Tuition Fee HK$42,100/year / HK$84,200/year
Cut Off Date 01 Mar 2024
Year of Entry 2024 September
Tuition FeeHK$42,100/year (UGC-funded)
HK$84,200/year (Full-time Self-funded)
HK$42,100/year (Part-time Self-funded)
Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Philosophy
Fee-paid research postgraduate programme is also available at the School of Communication. Please click here for more details.
Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme
We invite candidates from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds, with evidence of academic excellence, research ability and potential, and good communication, interpersonal and leadership abilities to apply for full-time PhD study under the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme (HKPFS). HKPFS is established by the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (RGC) with an aim to attract the best and brightest students from all over the world to pursue their PhD studies in Hong Kong. Applicants for admission to our PhD programmes via HKPFS will concurrently be considered for our regular research postgraduate programmes.
To learn more about the details, please click here.
Important Application Dates for Academic Year 2024/25
|Regular Research Postgraduate Programmes
|Hong Kong PhD Fellowship Scheme
|Application Start Date
|1 September 2023
|1 September 2023
|Regular Round Deadline
|1 December 2023
|1 December 2023
|Clearing Round Deadline
|1 March 2024*
*Application deadline for the School of Communication is 1 March 2024.
Since the admission offers are highly competitive and subject to quota availability, applicants are strongly advised to familiarise themselves with the application details at the following links and make applications as early as possible.
Crisis and Risk Communication; Corporate Social Responsibility; Health Communication; Leadership Communication in Organizations; Responsible Marketing Communication to Children and Youth; Celebrity and Brand Endorsement; Communicating Gender & Sexuality; Strategic Communication in Greater China; New Media Use and Social Inclusion; Mobile and Social Media and Digital Stakeholder Engagement; Big Data Mining
Media Law; Theory of Journalism; Interaction between Journalism and Society/Politics/Economy/Culture; Investigative Journalism; Theory and Practice of Photojournalism; Theory and Practice of Broadcast Journalism; Theory and Practice of Print Journalism; Online News media; Journalism Education; Impact of New Technology on Journalism; Chinese Media Reform; Media Literacy and Education; Business and Financial Journalism; Theory and Practice of News Media Management; Mass Communication; Public Opinion; Social Media Analytics; Data Journalism; Media and Information Literacy; Net Generation and Knowledge Society, Journalism Ethics
Animation design and production; Artificial intelligence ethics; Artificial intelligence and robotics; AR/VR/XR application design; Computer and information literacy; Cybersecurity and privacy; Data visualization; Digital divide and technology disparities; Digital media technology and society; Digital information processing; Digital health and health IT; Game design and production; Human-centered design and development; Human-computer interaction; Interactive media production and research; Media art installation; Mobile app design; Mobile computing; Usability and human factors; User interface and social influence; Video analytics; Visual and social media communication
- The above information is for reference only and is subject to change without prior notice. Hong Kong Baptist University reserves the right of final decision and interpretation in case of any dispute.
- Please note that a non-refundable admission confirmation fee, including the first instalment of tuition fee plus other administrative fees must be paid upon acceptance of the admission offer.