Application Code 報名編號 : CC 80 - 207
Applicants who wish to apply for this theme should submit a separate application. (Application Code: CC 80 - 207)
The programme features 6 study themes. Upon completion of the first year curriculum, students will specialize in one of the four themes in the second year of their study (except Japanese Studies and Korean Studies themes), and, at the same time, select a combination of courses offered by the other themes.
Programme Aims & Features
This theme aims to provide students with a broad-based arts education as well as a strong foundation in Japanese. With the careful design of core courses, students are able to develop an innovative and creative mind in analyzing Japanese cultural artefacts and social issues.
Opportunities for Further Studies
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
BA Chinese Language and Literature
City University of Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong Baptist University
Bachelor of Communication (Hons)
The Education University of Hong Kong
Through-train Pre-enrolment Scheme
HKU SPACE International College
Graduates are eligible to apply for admission to the full-time top-up degree programmes offered locally by HKU SPACE International College in collaboration with the following universities:
University of the Arts London
Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland
University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Graduates from this programme can pursue careers in the civil service and other public institutions and services, and the private sector. You will find openings in fields such as journalism, translation, media, education, public relations and copywriting.
*The above list is not exhaustive and only shows some of the examples. Excluding Japanese Studies and Korean Studies themes.
Chinese Language, Literature and Culture
Students of a particular theme (except Japanese Studies Theme and Korean Studies Theme) can choose ONE out of three options listed below.
Chinese Language, Literature and Culture
Core Curriculum Courses
- 2015-17 文學副學士 (語言及人文學科)(日本文化研究)
- 2017 香港大學文學院 (主修日本文化研究，副修韓國文化研究)
- 2015-17 Associate of Arts in Languages and Humanities - Japanese Studies
- 2017 Faculty of Arts - Japanese Studies [Language Stream], The University of Hong Kong
After entering HKU, I still cherish my memories at HKU SPACE CC where I had friendly teachers, fellow classmates and 'battle companions' who had the same goals. Although the coursework was tough, I was able to get through it and achieve my final goal: entering HKU. Enjoy your life at Community College!
- 2013-15 文學副學士（語言及人文學科）（日本研究）
- 2012-14 Associate of Arts (Languages and Humanities) in Japanese Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies (and minoring in Contemporary China Studies) (Year 3), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Other offer: Bachelor of Arts in Japanese Studies, The University of Hong Kong
- Other offer: Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communication, City University of Hong Kong
Studying at the Community College was originally an inconvenient experience, due to the long-lasting misunderstandings of the public. Yet, for me, the education provided by the AA Japanese Studies programme at HKU SPACE CC was as good as that by most, if not all undergraduate programmes. Japanese Studies programme at HKU SPACE CC provided me with not only intensive Japanese language training, which made me well-prepared for the one-year exchange programme at The University of Tokyo during my undergraduate studies, but also courses that helped me build up a strong theoretical foundation to deal with the rigorous academic courses at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Although I have shifted my focus on Japanese Studies to Sinophone Studies and critical theories after entering the university, the classes I attended at HKU SPACE CC did enable me to ponder on my studies in one more dimension. I owe an arigato gozaimasu (thank you in Japanese) to my Japanese teachers, and all the instructors who enlightened me when I was still struggling with a university degree. I cannot say they are better than those at the university, but they are good enough to help you start your academic journey.