Dive deep and make a splash in this world through a world-class Christian education that is highly accessible in Hong Kong.
Study in Hong Kong and earn a master's degree from a top U.S. university. You can complete our programs part-time and obtain qualifications at a highly affordable cost. Join a community of lifelong learners from all over Hong Kong and Asia and be mentored by experienced global and local faculty offering their expertise.
With a world-class education that combines theory with practice, and faith with learning, you will be exposed to skills and perspectives that will equip you for a life of thinking deeply, inspiring others, and leading faithfully in the world.
Master of Arts in Digital Storytelling (Asbury University)
Pursue professional growth in your ability to tell compelling stories in diverse digital formats. Be prepared to write powerful stories, critique and contribute to culture, and more.
Master of Business Administration (Cairn University)
Excel as a Christian leader in and out of the workplace. Through our MBA program with Cairn University, you will develop leadership skills for the business environment as well as the wisdom and character to serve the kingdom of God within it.
Master of Education: Educational Leadership (Calvin University)
Develop the skills, knowledge base, and dispositions you need to become responsive and transformative educators or school leaders. Based on a Christian framework, the curriculum represents a unique blend of understanding macro systems and micro frameworks.
Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (Wheaton College)
Develop effective cross-cultural competency with a Christ-centered heart and cultural awareness. You will be equipped as a servant of Christ, able to lead effectively in different spheres of work.
"Intercultural studies gave me the invaluable tools to make sense of my surroundings, to build flourishing and productive cross-cultural relationships, and to help others to do the same."
Emma (MA student of Intercultural Studies at Wheaton College, 2013)