BA Communication, Advertising & Public Relations
傳播、廣告及公關文學士Course Code: 1645-DP017A (CE 68-870-00/81)
Committed first and foremost to producing effective and reflective practitioners, this programme is contemporary and cutting edge, focusing on providing students with the knowledge both theoretically and practically to have a successful career in advertising, corporate/ organisational communication, media relations, branding, employee communication, and PR. Students will develop an excellent understanding of communication, advertising and PR principles. Working both on their own and as part of a team, students will also gain transferable skills and develop their confidence in presenting work and ideas to their peers, lecturers and professionals in the industry.
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- This programme has over 25 years of history in Scotland;
- A 10-month intensive, professional training period in PR, branding and advertising;
- Edinburgh Napier is ranked 16th in the Guardian University League table 2017 in the area of Public Relations, Journalism and Publishing;
- Graduates of this programme satisfy the education requirement for Associate Membership in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).
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Edinburgh Napier University
Edinburgh Napier University is one of the largest higher education institutions in Scotland with around 19,500 students studying professional and relevant courses at all levels of award. In 2015, Edinburgh Napier received a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education. This highly prestigious prize is granted biennially to universities and colleges demonstrating work of a world-class standard of excellence.
Edinburgh Napier currently holds 5 QS stars for teaching, employability and internationalisation. 95% of their graduates are in work or further study within six months of graduating, putting Edinburgh Napier in the top 15 in the UK (HESA 2015/16).
Edinburgh Napier’s reputation in the creative industries is forged by its dynamic programmes cultivating innovative and critical thinking in advertising, communication and PR, creative writing, design, film, journalism, music, publishing and television. Edinburgh Napier also offers Scotland’s longest running and most successful Communication, Advertising & Public Relations programme.
The School of Arts and Creative Industries at Edinburgh Napier University is a national and international centre for training and education in creative media practice. The School has a strong commitment to industry links and practice-based research and offers education which is focused on industry requirements and graduate employability. The School has developed many collaborations with a wide range of partners from industry and education around the world and is proud to be able to offer this exciting full-time degree in partnership with HKU SPACE IC.
Pauline M. Judd
Dean of School of Arts and Creative Industries
Edinburgh Napier University
There will be 2 semesters, each comprising 14 teaching weeks. The entire programme consists of 6 modules:
|Semester 1||Communication Management 2|
|Advertising Theory and Practice|
(for those with AD/HD qualifications other than PR and media studies)
|Semester 2||Online Communication|
|Public Relations Theory and Practice|
|Visual Communication 1|
The above programme structure is intended for use as a guideline to prospective students. The University reserves the right to modify the structure.
Duration of Study
With full exemptions granted, students can complete the programme in 10 months.
The unique nature of this programme enables a range of teaching formats to be used. The formats include lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical workshops and consultation sessions.
Undergraduate students are required to complete at least one group project, an individual assignment and/or an examination in each of the modules by demonstrating their critical understanding of the conceptual frameworks shaping advertising and public relations as forms of communication. In some modules, students are required to demonstrate their command of creative abilities by undertaking media presentations.
- Programme Leaders
BA (Hons) ENU; FIIC; MCIPR; MFEIEA CHEUNG, Frankie
BSocSc HKBU; MPhil CUHK; MIPA HK
- Teaching Staff - Edinburgh Napier University
HENRY, Susie BA (Hons) Lond LAMBERT, Ian BA (Hons) Birmingham; MA Lond LODGE, Philip BA (Hons) Hull; MPhil Stirling LUNT, Gary BA (Hons) ENU; FIIC; MCIPR; MFEIEA MACLEOD, Myrna DA; PGDA; BA(Hons); MA
- Teaching Staff - HKU SPACE
CHEUNG, Frankie BSocSc HKBU; MPhil CUHK; MIPA HK LAM, Janice
BBA, MSocSc HKBU
LEUNG, Rosette BSocSc CUHK; MSc Lond SPRY, Damien BA AU; MISD UNSW; MA, UTS; PhD USyd; TANG, Wesley
BA CityU HK; MPhil HK
Upon successful completion, students will be awarded the BA Communication, Advertising & Public Relations by Edinburgh Napier University.
Chartered Institute of Public Relations
Graduates of this programme satisfy the education requirement for Associate Membership of CIPR.
Equipped with theoretical and practical knowledge of the communication industry, students of this programme will graduate with the relevant skills to enter fields such as advertising, corporate or organisational communications, marketing, public relations, brand and reputation marketing, internal and online communication and event management.Equipped with theoretical and practical knowledge of the communication industry, students of this programme will graduate with the relevant skills to enter fields such as advertising, corporate or organisational communications, marketing, public relations, brand and reputation marketing, internal and online communication and event management.
Qualifications from Edinburgh Napier University are recognised internationally, and graduates of the BA Communication, Advertising & Public Relations are eligible to proceed onto Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) in Media and Cultural Critique, awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE or MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice in Hong Kong awarded by London College of Communication (LCC), University of the Arts London (UAL) and other local and overseas master's degree programmes.
The tuition fee* for 2018/9 intake is HK$39,750 per semester (2 semesters in total), payable in 2 equal instalments.
Sub-degree graduates without any media or PR background are welcome to apply. The College will provide one bridging module to admitted students. The bridging module fee is HK$ 2,800.
* The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.
Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (ENLS)
Students are eligible to apply for the HKSAR Government’s Extended Non-means-tested Loan Scheme (ENLS). The maximum financial assistance under the ENLS is equivalent to the total tuition fee payable to the HKU SPACE in the academic year. For details, please refer to the website of Student Financial Office (SFO) of the Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency (WFSFAA).
Edinburgh Napier University Scholarship and Bursary
Edinburgh Napier will award one scholarship to a new student achieving outstanding academic results in his or her Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma study. The awardee will receive HK$10,000.
A bursary of HK$10,000 will also be granted by HKU SPACE International College to a student admitted to the programme in the 2018/19 academic year.
An applicant shall normally hold an Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma in the following areas with a minimum GPA of 2.0:
- Associate of Arts
- Higher Diploma in Public Relations and Corporate Communications
- Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma in Business Administration
- Higher Diploma in Translation and Interpretation
- Associate of Applied Social Sciences in Communication, Public Relations and Journalism
- Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma in Event Management/ Tourism
Holders of any Associate Degree/ Higher Diploma awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE, or equivalent qualifications from recognised institutions, are normally considered as having attained the required English proficiency. Otherwise, a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 is required.
Sub-degree graduates without relevant academic background can still apply. They might be required to take one additional course (HK$2,800) in semester 1.
CSM London Summer Study Programme
This programme organised by IC provides a valuable opportunity for students to enroll into a short course in Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design (CSM), one of the world’s leading institutes for arts and design education with 150 years of history.
IC-ECNU Shanghai Winter Study Programme
This programme enables students to broaden their intercultural outlook by exploring Shanghai’s past and present, discovering local culture, lifestyle and art development. They can also experience East China Normal University’s campus, hall life and study with ECNU students.
This is an exempted course under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.