An award winning journalist and author offers students some career advice -- have an entrepreneurial mindset, become an expert and people will seek you out, and look for opportunities to work freelance or as a stringer for news organizations that are eliminating full-time overseas staff.
The JMSC’s Careers and Internships department will periodically profile a regional media outlet as part of a series aimed at helping JMSC alumni with career decisions. Every summer, journalism students leave the JMSC with […]
Graduate students at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre recently returned from winter internships all over the world with a lot of experience and quite a few published articles under their belts. JMSC students had their […]
JMSC alumnus Vincent Du’s latest documentary has been picked up by Al Jazeera. “Almost Famous” features China’s largest school for rock music and will play on the network’s English-language programme, “Witness”. We caught up with […]
Four students in the JMSC’s Master of Journalism programme are winding up the first internships the school has ever arranged in Burma. Ma Ning (MJ, 2013) and Tony Yoo (MJ, 2013) interned with The Myanmar Times, whose co-founder and deputy CEO, […]
The purpose of internships is to show students what working in the real world of journalism is like. Anjani Trivedi, a Master of Journalism student at the JMSC, got an unprecedented look at that world while working as an […]
Sophie Brown is a Master of Journalism student from Australia. She is in Thailand over the winter break working as an intern at Phuketwan, a web site that covers news, tourism, real estate, and nightlife on […]