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The Master of Housing Management (MHousMan) is an interdisciplinary programme offered by the Department of Urban Planning and Design. The programme is designed not only to upgrade the training and skills of practising housing professionals but also to provide intellectual and professional training to those wishing to specialize in the housing area at postgraduate level. The MHousMan degree programme has two streams of study, the Academic Stream and the Professional Stream. The MHousMan (Professional Stream) is recognized by the Chartered Institute of Housing and the Hong Kong Institute of Housing.
Mode of Attendance
Part Time (two years)
Medium of Instruction
Programme Entrance Requirements
To be eligible for admission to the courses leading to the degree of Master of Housing Management, candidates
(a) shall comply with the General Regulations and the Regulations for Taught Postgraduate Curricula; and
(b) shall hold
(i) a Bachelor's degree with honours of this University; or
(ii) a qualification of equivalent standard of this University or another university or comparable institution accepted for this purpose (Note 1); and
(iii) satisfy the examiners in a qualifying examination if required.
Note 1: Qualifications which are accepted include:
(a) a Professional Diploma in Housing Management awarded by the HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education and possession of at least five years' work experience in the housing field; or
(b) full membership of the Hong Kong Institute of Housing (MHKIH) and possession of at least five years' work experience in the housing field (at least two of which must be post-qualification); or
(c) chartered membership of the Chartered Institute of Housing (MCIH) and possession of at least five years' work experience in the housing field (at least two of which must be post-qualification).
Candidates who hold these qualifications, if selected, shall not be offered admission until they have satisfied the examiners in a qualifying examination to test their academic ability to follow the courses of study prescribed. The qualifying examination shall consist of one or more written papers and shall be set prior to the final selection of candidates for admission into the curriculum.
Programme Admissions Advisor(s)
|Dr Mandy Lau|