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13 January 2010
Bachelor of Journalism
13 January 2010

Bachelor of Journalism internships

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: Agence France-Presse (Seoul/Tokyo), NBC (London), Malaysiakini.com (Kuala Lumpur), Rappler (Manila), ABC Fact Check (Melbourne), Nepali Times (Kathmandu), Al Jazeera (Kuala Lumpur), Frontier Myanmar and Mizzima (Yangon), The News Lens (Taipei).

Hong Kong-based English-language and international media: Cable News Network (CNN), Agence France-Presse (AFP), Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, Associated Press (AP), South China Morning PostTIMEThe Standard, Hong Kong Cable Television Limited (HKIBC), China DailyCoconuts Hong Kong, Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), Nikkei Asian ReviewThe EconomistForbes AsiaFinancial TimesQuartz.

Hong Kong-based Chinese-language media: NOW TV, Hong Kong Cable Television Limited (iCable News Channel), Commercial Radio, Ming Pao, Phoenix TV, Initium MediaCitizen NewsHK01.

PRC media: Caixin (Beijing), Sixth Tone (Shanghai), China Daily (Beijing), Southern Weekend (Guangzhou), Shenzhen News (Shenzhen)

JMSC Internship handbook

JMSC Internship Subsidy Application Form