Local students apply on the strength of Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) should submit application via the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) at https://www.jupas.edu.hk/en/.
Non-JUPAS applicants please apply via the Direct (Non-JUPAS) Admissions Scheme. Please visit the website of Academic Registry of the Hong Kong Baptist University at http://ar.hkbu.edu.hk/pros/ for details.
In addition to the University’s admission requirements, all applicants are required to attend an admission interview with an aim to assess their suitability to the programme.
Applicants will also be encouraged to submit a portfolio for review. Your portfolio should include a personal statement, a short video of yourself and showcase of creativity. Preparing a portfolio gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your passion, creativity, talent, and potential to succeed in the degree, alongside your academic achievements. Click here for the portfolio submission guideline.
Applicants will be assessed according to their motivation, personal interests and commitment to the global entertainment business and/or arts, culture and creative industries.
The interview will be conducted in English.
Yes. You can apply for an exchange programme. The University has established exchange collaborations with overseas institutions. Students could choose to study in one of the foreign countries such as Australia, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and USA for a semester or a full academic year.
Yes. A 3-credit bearing Global Entertainment Business Field Trip course will be offered to all Year 3 students in this programme. International exposure and experiences are essential to prepare students who wish to pursue a career in the global entertainment business and/or arts, culture and creative industries. This course will provide students with an opportunity to visit a country/city outside Hong Kong, to acquire first-hand knowledge of the business operations through field visits.
Yes. A 3-credit bearing Industry Internship course will be offered to all Year 3 students in this programme, as we believe an internship links classroom theory to professional practice and provides students with learning experience beyond the academic programme. Students will work in an organization that are primarily related to venue operation, administration, marketing, project and event management. Alternatively, students may be involved in content creation, or given an opportunity to bring changes for existing and emerging forms of arts and culture.