JMSC Master of Journalism alumni, Wong Man-Yee, has now graduated again with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at HKU. Her third degree in fact, as she received a Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies in 1998. Her story ....
Cornelius Rahn, 27, is the perfect example of how a young journalist can turn an internship into a full time job.
After graduating with a distinction from the JMSC Master of Journalism programme this summer, he took a three month internship as a reporter at the financial and business news provider, Bloomberg, in Frankfurt, Germany.
Leanne Wang, who received her Master of Journalism diploma from the JMSC in 2008, turned freelancing into a staff job at a leading mainland business news organization. She recommends this path to other writers:
Journalists are usually lucky if they can get big-time businessmen like Hong Kong’s Li Ka-shing to talk to them at all. JMSC alum Samantha Wang (BJ 2008), who works as a reporter for the Chinese-language Ming Pao newspaper in Hong Kong, got a brief interview with Li in early February – and then received a call back from Hong Kong’s richest man, to make sure she had understood the points he made the first time around.