PhD in Literary Studies (Chinese) Duration: 4 years Medium of Instruction: Chinese Aims Fostering scholars who are well-versed in ancient and modern Chinese language and literature as well as related theories; Enhancing capacity for independent research and publication of research findings; Enabling candidates to produce high-quality doctoral theses. Features In-depth research into specific aspects of Chinese literature; Excellence in academic research in Chinese literature and innovative findings in the field; Courses spanning two semesters followed by the writing of a doctoral dissertation. Programme Intended Learning Outcomes Examine related-theories in ancient and modern Chinese language and literature; Skillfully and accurately conduct independent research and publication of research findings; Produce high-quality doctoral dissertations. Curriculum Curriculum for students admitted in or after 2020/2021 Curriculum for students admitted in or after 2018/2019 Curriculum for students admitted in or after 2016/2017 CORE FACULTY >Graduation Requirements Complete and pass all the courses in study plan (26 credits in total); Write a doctoral dissertation and pass the oral defence. Entry Requirements Please refer to the website of the Graduate School for further details. Career Prospects Our graduates enjoy a competitive edge in leading universities and research institutions across the world. Pursue a career in the educational institutions and government departments in Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, and Macao. Work in fields including the media, writing, publishing, and cultural creative industry, etc. Remarks Resources for the current students at the Graduate School; Please refer to the Course Catalog for course information of the curriculum.