Tuition Fee

As a self-funded programme, we charge the tuition fees of HK$210,000.

Admission to the MAAH makes overseas applicants eligible for a visa to study in Hong Kong. The university is not able to offer housing for MA students.

For incoming MA students demonstrating financial need, a limited number of scholarships may be available depending on funding (TBD for 2022-23 academic year). Applicants who wish to be eligible for these scholarships should they become available need to submit a scholarship application alongside applications for admission.

About our Scholarship

Need-based scholarships

For incoming MAAH students demonstrating financial need, the Department of Art History offers a limited number of scholarships. Each MA in Art History Scholarship pays a portion of the awardee’s MAAH tuition fee. The number and value of these Scholarships vary depending on each applicant’s financial situation and the amount of available funding, with a maximum possible award of 100% of the tuition fee. Applications are considered along with applications for admission, and scholarship offers are sent out with admission offers.


Applicants for the Scholarship must demonstrate that paying the full tuition fee would cause them financial hardship. This requires answering detailed questions about their financial situation on the application form and submitting authentic financial records to verify their claims. In cases where funding is insufficient to fund all students in need, the selection committee will give preference based on academic merit.

How to Apply?

Application Process

The scholarship application form is available with other application documents on the university’s online Taught Postgraduate Admissions portal. This form also lists the required supporting documents. To receive full consideration, the completed application form and all supporting documents should be submitted by the same deadline as applications for admission. Please submit the application form through the portal and email the supporting documents to the department at

Selection Process

Selection of Scholarship awardees is performed by a selection committee composed of:

  • The Programme Director of the MA in Art History;
  • the Chairperson of the Department of Art History
  • A full-time teacher in the Department of Art History elected by the Department

Only these three committee members and relevant administrative personnel will be permitted to view applicants’ financial information. The university’s policy on management and sharing of personal data is described on the Scholarship application form.