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MSc in Comparative Social Policy (International) programme incorporates a focus on the study of development issues, welfare policy initiatives and good governance

  • 1-year Full-time / 2-year Part-time programme
  • The only taught master programme in Hong Kong which makes a comparative approach the focal point of studying social policy, development and governance
  • Suitable for those who pursue professional careers in education, journalism, social work or aspiring to become a social policy researcher in the government, think tank, local or international NGO, political parties or university research centres of social policy, development, and governance
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Professor Andreas Wimmer shares his insights on researching nation building at Distinguished Public Lecture in Lingnan University

The Department of Sociology and Social Policy in Lingnan University hosted a Distinguished Public Lecture on 10 Dec 2018 and invited Professor Andreas Wimmer, Lieber Professor of Sociology and Political Philosophy at Columbia University, to speak on “Nation Building: Why Some Countries Come Together While Others Fall Apart”.   Please click for details.

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Liberal Arts and Cross-disciplinary Curriculum
50th Anniversary of the Re-establishment of Lingnan University in Hong Kong
Letter to Lingnanians
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Master of Science in Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour Programme 2019-20
QAC Audit Report 2016
Undergraduate Programmes Mainland Admissions 2019-20
Application for Admission to Undergraduate Programmes 2019/20
Inter-University Research Consortium
Application for Admission Master of Cultural Studies 2019-20
Non-local Student Schorlarships 2019/20
Master of Accountancy Programme 2019-20
Equal Opportunities Committee