Aspiring journalists, mid-career journalists seeking professional enhancement and other professional seeking a media-related career or expertise in the media ar welcome to apply.

Learn more in our upcoming Admission Briefing Sessions:

4 December 2010 (Sat) 2–4pm @HKU SPACE, United Learning Centre, Room UNC608, 6/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong. (Exit D, Admiralty MTR Station)

14 January 2011 (Fri) 5:30–7:30pm @T6 Meng Wah Complex, The University of Hong Kong.

Attend our classes during Open Class Week on 17-22 January 2011.  Register for the Open Class Week here.

For enquiries, please contact Mr. Jason Hui at 2219 4113 or email jmsc@hku.hk

Why apply to our graduate journalism program?

• A focus on China, Asia and the world – attracting a dynamic mix of international students

• Highly sought-after graduates who have launched careers at local and international media such as Bloomberg, CNN, International Herald Tribune, The Wall Street Journal Asia, Reuters News, CCTV, Phoenix TV, TVB and Yazhou Zhoukan

• Renowned faculty of experienced journalists from CNN, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ABC TV, Star TV, South China Morning Post and The Hindu

• Training in advanced skills and knowledge of today’s convergent journalism

• Subject specialization certificates available for reporting on China, business/finance or public health/science/environment

30 November 2010

Dec 4 & Jan 14: Admissions Briefing Sessions 2011

Aspiring journalists, mid-career journalists seeking professional enhancement and other professional seeking a media-related career or expertise in the media ar welcome to apply. Learn more in our upcoming Admission Briefing Sessions: 4 December 2010 (Sat) […]
18 November 2010

Guest Speakers Enrich JMSC Classrooms

Many of the JMSC teaching staff are long-time journalists who have connections with all sorts of interesting people working in the press. As a result, professors often ask guest speakers from the industry to come to […]
17 November 2010

Nov 19: Talk – Political Participation and Media Use in HK and China

Dr. King-wa Fu, Research Assistant Professor at the JMSC, will give a talk on political participation and media use in Hong Kong and China on Friday, 19 November from 12-1pm. The seminar will take place […]
15 November 2010

Beijing: Job Opportunities Knock for JMSC

The rise of China is one of the biggest global stories of our times, with the result that Beijing is a magnet for journalists. More than twenty JMSC alumni have taken posts in the Chinese […]
12 November 2010

Ying Chan Gives Career Advice on Commercial Radio

The JMSC’s Director, Professor Ying Chan, appeared on Career Talk on Commercial Radio on Saturday, 13 November at 10:30pm. The hour-long show, that transmits in Cantonese, discusses careers paths that students might like to pursue. […]
11 November 2010

JMSC Project Promotes Investigative Journalism Book in Europe

David Bandurski, Research Associate for the JMSC’s China Media Project, is going on tour to Europe to promote his book, Investigative Journalism in China: Eight Cases in Chinese Watchdog Journalism, published recently by Hong Kong University […]
8 November 2010

JMSC’s Director of Broadcasting Talks in Washington DC

During a tour of Universities in the Washington D.C. Area of the United States, Jim Laurie, the JMSC’s Director of Broadcasting, spoke about the world expansion of China’s state media at an event organised by George Washington […]
8 November 2010

China Media Project Op-eds in SCMP

Fellows of the JMSC’s China Media Project (CMP) have been contributing guest opinion articles to Hong Kong’s leading English-language newspaper, the South China Morning Post. Xiao Shu, a veteran columnist for Southern Weekly and China […]