26 September 2022

Zixu Wang

MJ 2021, Zixu Wang, Reporter-Researcher, The New York Times
HKU Journalism taught me how to be a force for good in a professional way. As an emerging young journalist passionate about social justice and public service, journalistic professionalism is crucial to report compelling stories with strict ethics and integrity in the chaotic and controversial world.
21 February 2022

China Echo Season 4: Weekly news podcast produced by HKU Journalism students

22 December 2021

2022-23 Master of Journalism Admissions Webinar

If you missed our live admissions webinar, you can watch the entire session here to learn all about the programme for the 2022–23 academic year. This webinar was broadcast live from our studio in Eliot […]
3 December 2021

(15 Dec) Master of Journalism 2022-23 Admissions Webinar

Want to learn more about our programme, but not in Hong Kong to visit us at the HKU campus?  Join us at our live admissions webinar about the University of Hong Kong Master of Journalism (MJ) programme. […]
8 November 2021

(2 Dec) Master of Journalism 2022-23 Admissions Info Session

Date: 2 December 2021 (Thursday) Time: 6:30–8:00pm Venue: The Studio, G/F, Eliot Hall, The University of Hong Kong (Direction) Register at jmscmj@hku.hk or call +852 3917 4113. Applications for the 2022-2023 Master of Journalism (MJ) programme are now […]
27 October 2021

Aimee Moon

MJ 2021, Aimee Moon, Newsroom Fellow, WBUR, Boston
From 2018 to 2021, I was a part-time Master of Journalism student and worked full-time for Google. While I was working in news and publishing for the private sector, I also wanted to gain editorial skills for the newsroom. I felt HKU offered the best option for me because of JMSC’s commitment to journalistic ethics and principles, the diverse and reputable faculty, and the chance to gain hands-on experience in a historically and politically significant city.
27 October 2021

Amy Sood

MJ 2021, Amy Sood, Asia Reporter, SCMP, and FCC Clare Hollingworth Fellow (2021-2022)
The master’s programme at HKU Journalism has been instrumental in my experience in starting out as an early-career journalist. As someone with very minimal experience in journalism before I started the programme, I was glad to be exposed to a broad range of skills which are increasingly important for reporters today – including video, digital, and data journalism.
27 October 2021

Jason Xue Chi

MJ 2021, Jason Xue Chi, China Markets Correspondent, Thomson Reuters
JMSC gave me a happy and meaningful experience, where I met professional teachers and like-minded classmates, acquired valuable knowledge and made lifelong friends. I learnt practical silks in various storytelling methods and produced works which I may be proud of through my life time. China-related courses also deepened my understanding of contemporary China, preparing me a better mind to tell stories of this complex country. The MJ programme has trained me to be a versatile and competent journalist, I will always miss the time there.