Call for applications: Master of Philosophy (MPHIL) and Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Creative Media

Call for applications: Master of Philosophy (MPHIL) and Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Creative Media

School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong

The Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre building. Designed by Daniel Libeskind.

February 26, 2020
Call for applications: Master of Philosophy (MPHIL) and Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Creative Media
School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong
Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre
18 Tat Hong Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Hong Kong
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Degree characteristics
–Employs a mentor-based approach with an emphasis on both traditional scholarship and creative innovation.
–Students’ research activities encompass many different kinds of art and media creation with an emphasis on new media.
–Highly interdisciplinary programme - Students’ research deploys methodologies from the sciences, humanities and social sciences.
–International and culturally diverse student body

Research areas
The School’s interdisciplinary research activities encompass and combine all aspects of art and new media creation, with topics including: Multimedia and Computing, Software Engineering and Data Management, Interactive and Embodied Media,  Virtual and Augmented Reality, Photography and Film, Computer Graphics and Animation, Sound Art and Performance,  Installation Art, Gaming and Playable Media, Physical Computing, Digital Cultural Heritage, Media Histories

Current full-time PhD students are funded either through the Hong Kong PhD Fellowships (HKD 25,800 or approx. USD 3,307 monthly) or by postgraduate studentships (HKD 17,000 or approx. USD 2,179 monthly).

Practising artists with strong interest in media theory and philosophy and experience in conducting research are welcome to apply. More details are available at CityU’s Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies. To apply, please submit an online application. Applications may be considered on a space-available basis for the 2020 entry or considered for the 2021 entry.

We strongly recommend that, before applying, you carefully read the School website and give particular attention to the research interests of each faculty member. Many applicants have found it useful to correspond with individual faculty members before applying, which help them to identify a potential supervisor among our faculty members.

CityU School of Creative Media
The region’s first such institution, the School of Creative Media was founded to nurture a new generation of interdisciplinary artists and creative media professionals, and to develop new ideas and technologies for the creative industries in Hong Kong, Mainland China, and abroad. Now over a decade later we continue to espouse and advance these aims as the clear leader in our field.

We bridge the boundaries between art and science and integrate traditional and new media. We value applied creativity, cultural awareness, and critical thinking as much as business sense and entrepreneurial success.

With Hong Kong thus emerging as a thriving hub of new media culture and creative industries in Asia and the world, the School plays an instrumental role in this development as the leading force in creative media education and research in Hong Kong.

In addition to research degree programmes, the School also offers two taught postgraduate programmes: MFA in Creative Media and MA in Creative Media (Media Cultures Stream / Curating Art & Media Stream). For application and programme information, please click here.

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