The Master of Architecture (MArch) programme is the second part of a two-degree sequence in professional architectural education. It is a taught postgraduate programme for students who intend to become architects. Applicants who possess a pre-professional degree in architecture, or its equivalent, and relevant work experience are eligible for admission.
Application for admission to the MArch programme for academic year 2020-21 should be submitted via the Graduate School Online Application System no later than 17 January 2020.
In addition to fulfilling the Entry Requirements of the University, applicants should have completed a pre-professional architecture degree, such as BSSc (Architectural Studies) from CUHK, RIBA-validated Part I degree, or equivalent. Applicants should have also undertaken a minimum of nine months’ practical work experience after completion of their respective undergraduate degree. The requirement for practical training can be waived for applicants who possess a five-year undergraduate professional degree in architecture.
Applicants should upload their supporting materials to our Application Materials Collection Platform no later than 17 January 2020.
For more information on application procedures and other supporting documents required by the University, please visit the Graduate School website.
The selection interviews for admission to our Master of Architecture programme for Academic Year 2020-21 was held successfully on 8 February 2020.
Successful applicants should start receiving admission offers in mid-March 2020. Applicants may log in to the Online Application System for Postgraduate Programmes to check their application results and download the Admission Notification.
Meanwhile, please also refer to the Graduate School Website for FAQs on Offer Acceptance and Registration, Student Visa/Entry Permit, etc.
Provisional tuition fees for UGC-funded students and self-financed students in the academic year 2020-21 are HK$42,100 and HK$180,000 per annum (subject to the University’s approval), respectively.