The Journalism and Media Studies Centre requires students to earn academic credits by working in a media internship. Over the years, this has led to an internship network with dozens of local, regional and international media partners that has enabled students to gain valuable on-the-job experience. In some cases, the internships have led to full-time jobs.
Our internship partners include:
Overseas media: Associated Press (Bangkok), KCTS TV (Seattle), Malaysiakini.com (Kuala Lumpur), New York Daily News, The Nation (Bangkok), National Geographic Traveler, New American Media (San Francisco), Pakistan Press Foundation (Karachi), WGBH TV (Boston), WNYC Public Radio (New York), and WRTI-FM (Philadelphia).
Hong Kong-based English-language and international media: Associated Press, Bloomberg News & Television, CCTV (Hong Kong Station), CNBC Asia, CNN, Far Eastern Economic Review, International Herald Tribune, News Corporation, Newsweek, South China Morning Post, The Standard, Thomson Reuters, Voice of America, The Wall Street Journal Asia, and Weekend Standard.
Hong Kong-based Chinese-language media: AM730, Apple Daily, ATV, Cable TV, City Magazine, Commercial Radio, Cup, East Week, Headline Daily, Hong Kong Economic Times, Metropolis Daily , Ming Pao, MingPao.com, Next Magazine, Now.com, Phoenix TV, RTHK, Sing Tao Daily, TVB, Wen Wei Po, and Yazhou Zhoukan.
PRC media: CCTV (Beijing), China Daily (Beijing), China Radio International (Beijing), Shanghai Daily, Shanghai Media Group (Shanghai), Shanghai Television Station (Shanghai), Southern Weekend (Guangzhou), and 21st Century World Herald (Guangzhou).