Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Chinese (4-year Full-time / 2-year Top-up)
Upon completion of the Programme, students should be able to:
Read and appreciate the wealth of Chinese literature, grooming them for an aesthetic mind, a benevolent disposition, and the proficiency to use the Chinese language with accuracy and elegance.
Fosters the students’ comprehensive ability to apprehend and analyse the Chinese language, characters, literature and culture.
Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) (4-year Full-time) (Only Year 1 entry)
Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education offers a “community-based” teaching model, emphasizing the importance of social work expertise and skills in community practice. On one hand, students will learn theoretical knowledge from courses.
Higher Diploma in Health Management in an Ageing Society (HDHMAS) (2-year Full-time / 4-year Part-time)
The course contents cover the knowledge, attitude and skills of nursing, rehabilitation and health management in an ageing society.
Using a variety of innovative pedagogies and well-equipped teaching facilities to promote students’ capacities for life long and life-wide learning.
Diploma in Foundation Studies for Higher Education
Graduates can progress academically by enrolling in the College’s Higher Diploma in Health Management and Social Care programme or other higher diploma/associate degree programmes offered by different tertiary institutions. Students who complete the first year of the College’s higher diploma programme with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above are eligible to apply for admission to the College’s Bachelor of Social Work (Hons) programme.
The surge in population in Hong Kong created an increase in demand for higher education, and the demand for higher education places has gone on increasing ever since. Today there are quite simply not enough places to satisfy young people’s desire to obtain further knowledge.
In April 1969, The Hong Kong Buddhist Sangha Association (HKBSA) founded the “Hong Kong Buddhist College” (HKBC) which was registered under the HK Government Education Department as a not-for-profit college and matriculation school.
Six departments were set up under the Post-Secondary Division, namely Buddhism, Chinese Literature and History, English Language, Sociology, Business Administration, and Art. In the Sixth Form Division, the College offered a full range of both Arts and Science subjects.