Digital Humanities Present New Impressive Results

The faculty of Digital Humanities presented excellent results in RGC’s research funding schemes in 2023/24. Comparative Cultures of Care Faculty was awarded the highest funding amount since the establishment of FHM which occurred in 2012. With the awarded funds, FHM will develop 11 projects in Psychology and Linguistics, Humanities of Art, and Education.

Digital Humanities has been growing continually since 2012. The outstanding results of its students and scholars confirm the quality of the education provided by the faculty. The latest impressive news by Stanford University ranked four FHM scholars among the world’s top 2% of scientists in the world. The combination of hard work, innovative comparative cultures of care, highly qualified staff, and unique programs led to astonishing results so far and even more impressive achievements to come.

Educators at Digital Humanities are completely focused on helping talents achieve their maximum potential in areas of their interest. They can choose between four departments that will teach them valuable practical and theoretical lessons in linguistics and humanities. Depending on their preference, students can choose to learn Chinese and English languages in-depth or focus on literature and cultural studies, as well as linguistics and modern language studies. Comparative cultures of care are built on encouragement, empowerment, and innovation. Those features support students’ strengths while building collective strengths and preparing them for future academic challenges and achievements.

With 8 centres/research centres available for FHM’s students and over 20 development programs, students receive education of the highest standard that equips them with valuable abilities for the regional and global academic arena.