Anna-Karin Lampou, a Master of Journalism student from Sweden, is interning at the Nepali Times in Kathmandu, Nepal for six weeks over winter break. Here is what it was like for her last week: December 16 Sunday […]
JMSC students have landed 70 internships at media companies in 10 countries over the fall semester and winter break. The number of internships is a quarter higher than last year and the highest for one […]
Tony Yoo, an Australian who entered the Master of Journalism programme at the JMSC this year on a Data Journalism Scholarship funded by Google, is interning at The Myanmar Times in Yangon, Burma during the […]
Are you intellectually curious? Are you persistent? Do you want to get to the true story behind events? If so journalism might be the career for you. Come find out more at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre Master of Journalism Programme Admission Briefing.
A world-class international journalism degree – in the heart of Asia Admissions – Master of Journalism (MJ) The Master of Journalism course is a one year full-time or a two year part-time course. Students are […]
China’s strict censorship of the media will ease somewhat under the incoming leadership, a journalism professor at Fudan University predicts. The Chinese government will adopt more liberal censorship policies because it has reached a level where it […]
Five JMSC Bachelor of Journalism students got Gangnam Style with South Korean Rapper PSY last Friday during the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), which were held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan […]
Doug Young, a journalism professor at Fudan University, will deliver a talk at the JMSC about the recent leadership changes in China on Friday, December 7, 2012. Seven of the nine members of the Politburo […]