Frequently asked questions

Why choose Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Programme codelivered by Hong Kong Art School and RMIT University?

The Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) is codelivered by Hong Kong Art School and RMIT University, Australia, with the degree being awarded by RMIT University.  

Hong Kong Art School (HKAS) founded in 2000, is a division of the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC). HKAS is an accredited institute staffed by a group of dedicated artists and art educators, who are active and distinguished practitioners in the field. HKAC, established in 1977, is the first independent non-profit multiarts institution in Hong Kong. 

RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise and a world leader in Art and Design*. Founded in 1887, RMIT University (formerly known as the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology), is one of Australia’s original education institutions, and is now the largest tertiary institution in the country, with three campuses in Melbourne, two campuses in Vietnam and a high-performing research and industry collaboration centre in Spain. *Ranked 1st in Australia and 15th globally (QS World University Rankings by Subdiscipline 2022) 

What are the programme features of the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme?

The Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme is delivered in an inclusive and highly diverse learning environment and combines intensive studio-based learning and is supported by theoretical and historical discourses in contemporary art The programme also provides global perspectives in contemporary art and is delivered by Australian and Hong Kong artists and academics and enables graduates to continue their studies within a range of master’s degrees.  

When is the application deadline of the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme ?

The application deadline of Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) is 31 Oct 2023, arrangements will be made according to the situation if application is later than the day.