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Timetable for 2016 Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies Programme

Herewith is the timetable for the 2016 Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies (MA) Programme. Please note the following new courses are offered this year:
• Buddhist Economics Philosophy
• Buddhist Aesthetic Concepts: Analysis and Evaluation
• Buddhalogical Developments: A Study based on pre‑Mahāyāna Buddhist Literature
• Buddhist Psychotherapy

The deadline for application for the 2016 MA Programme is 29 February 2016. Occasional students are welcome.

The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong Ltd.

ELEMENTARY PĀLI CLASS INVITES ENROLMENT

The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong will run an Elementary Pāli course from 22 February to 30 May 2016 (every Monday) from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

This is a course designed for the ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS. Classes will be conducted in English. You will learn basic Pāli grammar and be guided in understanding simple Pāli texts.  At the end of the course, you will be able to read simple Pāli Buddhist texts.

For details of the course, please refer to the attached file.

Master of Arts Degree in Buddhist Studies for 2016 Academic Year Now Open for Enrolment

The Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies (MA) programme conducted at the Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong is affiliated with the Postgraduate Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies (PGIPBS), University of Kelaniya (Sri Lanka), internationally renowned for Buddhist Studies. All awards of the courses offered by PGIPBS are conferred by the University of Kelaniya.

Postgraduate Diploma in Buddhist Studies for 2016 Academic Year Now Open for Enrolment

The Postgraduate Diploma in Buddhist Studies programme conducted at the Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong is affiliated with the Postgraduate Institute of Pali and Buddhist Studies (PGIPBS), University of Kelaniya (Sri Lanka), internationally renowned for Buddhist Studies. All awards of the courses offered by PGIPBS are conferred by the University of Kelaniya. The programme aims to train the participants systematically and scholarly in the Buddha-dharma from a non-sectarian perspective.

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