The Master of Journalism course is a one year full-time or two year part-time course. Students learn the core skills of journalism—reporting and writing, television and video production, and digital journalism. They also take elective courses in a range of subjects from business and finance to global affairs reporting and documentary film.
How to apply:
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* Part-time programme is only applicable to Hong Kong local residents/individuals with Hong Kong work visa or dependent visa
Deadline for entry in Fall 2022:
Online applications will be accepted from 8 October 2021 to 31 January 2022.
Candidates who do not hold a bachelor’s degree from this university or another qualification of equivalent standard may in exceptional circumstances be permitted to register if they possess proven professional experience in journalism, show evidence of excellence in the practice of journalism and proof of competence in the English language and satisfy the examiners in a qualifying examination, if appropriate.
Applicants with outstanding merit could be exempted from the qualifying examination and considered for early admission by the admission panel.
Shortlisted applicants will be required to take an online qualifying examination administered by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre. The examination aims to test candidates’ aptitude for journalism and does not require prior preparation.
Those who do well enough in the exam will be interviewed either in person or via Skype.
Tuition fees for 2022–2023 (to be approved):
HK$229,800 for non-local residents (total 60 credits @HK$3,830 pre credit)
HK$213,000 for local Hong Kong residents (total 60 credits @HK$3,550 pre credit)
Please read the Additional information for applicants, Regulations and syllabuses, and Instructions for submitting supporting documents in the online application carefully before you click to apply.
After the online application, please upload your supporting documents, e.g. transcripts, TOEFL / IELTS result, CV, writing samples/published works in English (if any) to your online application account. Please note that you are not required to submit original/certified true copy of your documents to the University during the application stage. You will receive notification to submit certified true copy of your documents to the following address at a later stage of admission:
Journalism and Media Studies Centre
Room 119, Eliot Hall
The University of Hong Kong
Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +852 3917 4113 if you have any questions about the application process.