Master of Arts in Leading Innovative Learning Organizations
The Master of Arts in Leading Innovative Learning Organizations (LILO) is Hong Kong’s first-ever master’s degree specializing in innovation, leadership and education. It envisions to empower future leaders in schools and educational services organizations with the capacity to initiate and sustain innovation for improved leadership practice.
The LILO experience, featuring innovative learning, professional networking and flexible delivery, will bring participants’ professional perspective to the international level for understanding best practices globally and applying them locally. The programme will equip participants with an entrepreneurial mindset that can capitalize on novel opportunities and envision a future-oriented learning organization.
2020 QS World University Rankings: 2nd in Asia & 16th in the World in Education
The MA LILO is consistent with Education masters programs in other world class universities. The EdUHK is very highly rated in Education in Global rankings. Some of the strongest academic staff in the University and Faculty whose work is largely responsible for this ranking have expertise in education leadership and innovation. This is a world class programme, informed by world class research, in a world class faculty.A professor of educational leadership, Australia
Supporting change and innovation in learning organizations
Programme Objectives – Prepare, Equip and Respond.
LILO aims to prepare and equip aspiring leaders in schools and educational services organizations, including NGOs, private agencies, startups, government, corporate learning groups, and other human services organizations, with the organizational learning and design skills needed to effectively lead teams and innovative processes and enhance the professional learning of team members to respond to new change and opportunities in a future-oriented learning organization.
Designed specifically for aspiring educational leaders and innovators
Five taught courses and three field-based courses.
The LILO program comprises five taught course and three field-based courses with three credit points per course. The course programme consists of two three-day Residential units in July, three three-day Residential units between October and December with three more units to be completed between January and May consisting of a Blended Learning unit, a three-day Residential unit and a Supervised study unit.
Innovative, targeted course design
Disclaimer: Mode of delivery may differ depending on public health and safety considerations.
Programme Team and Instructors.
Each course has been designed by co-instructors holding different perspectives and expertise. They research, teach, and provide consultancy services in areas including organizational psychology, sociology, business, organizational design, diversity and inclusion, international education, and educational leadership and management.
Innovative learning with an emphasis on concerns of practice