Virtual tour of Eliot Hall​
 
HKU Bachelor of Journalism programme introduction by AJ Libunao

 
Audrey Kabilova talks about how the Bachelor of Journalism programme prepared her for a successful career.
 
Why study Journalism at HKU? ..............................................................................................................
 

A communications-focused double major degree for the digital age

 

Offers students with wide-ranging curiosity an opportunity to create a bespoke undergraduate degree that is tailored to their individual interests. Each student’s choice of a second major is combined with the Journalism major that enables students to become outstanding communicators, across multiple media, about their interests and passions

A small family that calls historic Eliot Hall home – supportive and friendly faculty where everyone knows your name; a student lounge where you can relax or study in and fully-equipped broadcast and podcast studios available only to Journalism students

Focus on experiential learning and professional experience: Journalism students are guaranteed exchange opportunities and more internship experiences. Our internship network includes local and international media organisations in both the English and Chinese languages, such as the South China Morning Post, The Wall Street Journal Asia, Associated Press (Bangkok) and Bloomberg News & Television

 

Brochure of the Bachelor of Journalism 2022-2023

 

Hong Kong Student Journalists React to New Media Landscape

 

Given recent arrests and accreditation restrictions, would you pursue a journalism career in Hong Kong? Three of our journalism students shared their thoughts about this with The Correspondent magazine for their January 2021 issue. Read the full article here.