School of Creative Arts

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Film and Television

Programme Code


Year of Entry

Year 1

Mode of Study

Full Time

Duration of Study

4 Years

Medium of Instruction

The medium of instruction for classroom teaching (in all forms) at HKBU is English, except for those courses that are granted exemption.

Fund Type

Government Funded

Class Start Date

September 2024

Annual Tuition Fees

HK$42,100 (local); HK$160,000 (non-local) i

Credits Required for Graduation


Programme Description

The Film and Television Major provides comprehensive training in film and television, with attention to relevant areas of theory, history, and practice.


Unique Features

To equip students with the knowledge and vocational skill required in the creative industries, such as film, television, commercial and other sectors in audio-visual production and to provide theoretical training in cinematic arts.


Student Learning Experiences

Film Festival Tours
The Academy of Film organises a series of Film and Animation Festival Tours to enhance students’ competitive edge and their international/ global exposure such as Berlin International Film Festival, Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival (Barcelona, Spain), Busan International Film Festival (Korea), Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival (Toronto), Far East Film Festival (Udine, Italy), Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (Korea), etc.


Students are encouraged to undertake a non-graded and zero-unit professional internship during their study. TVB, Cable TV, RTHK, studios, corporate communication divisions, advertising agencies, production houses, etc. will provide internship opportunities (subject to availability) to students.


Career Opportunities
Career prospects for graduates of the Film and Television Major include creative content industries, such as film, TV, broadcasting, multimedia, and other sectors involved in the use of digital video and audio, such as public relations and advertising, IT, education, publishing, corporate communication, arts and media management, and journalism.



Candidates may be required to attend an interview. Candidates are required to submit their portfolios before the interview, and/or present their portfolios to the interview panel. Applicants should prepare their portfolios in digital format for the ease of presentation. Portfolios should demonstrate the applicant's potential in creativity, storytelling techniques and concepts of images. For international applicants (non-local non-mainland applicants), potential applicants will be invited to submit a portfolio before the interview. Applicants should refer to the interview notification email for the latest interview arrangements.


  1. Subject to University annual review.