The Journalism and Media Studies Centre’s networks with leading international media organisations have helped build one of the most dynamic journalism internship programmes in the world.
While many students work in Hong Kong and cities in mainland China, there have also been opportunities to intern at media organisations in Bangalore, Jakarta, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Seoul, Singapore, Melbourne, Cape Town, Copenhagen, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC.
In many cases, these global internships have led to full-time employment.
Our internship partners include:
Local English-language and international media: News Corporation, CNN, CCTV (Hong Kong Station), CNBC Asia, Voice of America, Associated Press, Bloomberg News & Television, Far Eastern Economic Review, Newsweek, International New York Times, South China Morning Post, The Standard, Weekend Standard, Thomson Reuters, The Wall Street Journal Asia
Local Chinese-language media: TVB, ATV, Cable TV, Now.com, Phoenix TV, RTHK, Commercial Radio, Hong Kong Economic Times, Ming Pao, MingPao.com, Sing Tao Daily, Apple Daily, Wen Wei Po, Headline Daily, AM730, Metropolis Daily, Yazhou Zhoukan, Cup, City Magazine, Next Magazine, East Week
PRC media: CCTV (Beijing), Shanghai Television Station (Shanghai), Shanghai Media Group (Shanghai), China Radio International (Beijing), China Daily (Beijing), Shanghai Daily, Southern Weekend (Guangzhou), 21st Century World Herald (Guangzhou)
Overseas media: New York Daily News (New York City), The Nation (Bangkok), National Geographic Traveler, New American Media (San Francisco), WGBH TV (Boston), KCTS TV (Seattle), WNYC Public Radio (New York), WRTI-FM (Philadelphia), Associated Press (Bangkok), Pakistan Press Foundation (Karachi), Malaysiakini.com (Kuala Lumpur)
To read more about what students did during the latest round of internships, click here.