25 August 2019

Jeffrey Timmermans defines “Financial Journalism”

Dr. Jeffrey Timmermans defines “Financial Journalism” for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia (ORE) of Communication. From 28 August, the Encyclopedia will have a new 11,000-word entry on Financial Journalism that traces the long history of financial journalism and […]
8 December 2014

JMSC undergrads win scores of University scholarships and prizes

JMSC bachelor of journalism students from took home more than 75 individual University of Hong Kong awards and scholarships at the 2013/14 Social Sciences Faculty Student Presentation Ceremony
26 August 2013

JMSC Begins Innovative Collaboration with New “Quartz” Business News Site

Heather Timmons, Asia correspondent for the new business news website Quartz and a former New York Times correspondent, has been named an honorary lecturer at the Journalism and Media Studies Center, in a innovative cooperative […]
16 November 2012

JMSC Undergraduates Go Live For Prospective Students

Five JMSC Bachelor of Journalism (BJ) students put on a live newscast in front of a room full of prospective students and their parents on November 10 as part of Hong Kong University’s annual Information […]
2 May 2012

BJs 2012 Go Out With a Bang

This year’s graduating Bachelor of Journalism students celebrated the end of their studies in style at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club in Hong Kong. The party was organised by JMSC Honorary Lecturer, Jeff Timmermans, and held […]
20 July 2011

Bumper Year for Alumni Jobs

JMSC alumni are being snapped up by prestigious media organisations throughout Hong Kong and China. The recent graduates are proving how marketable they are. Heidi Yeung (MJ 2011) has been employed by CNN as Coordinator […]
14 July 2011

All In a Day’s Work: Online is Mainstream at the JMSC

The JMSC is a world-leader in online journalism, a subject that has been on the curriculum since its founding in 1999.
18 November 2010

Guest Speakers Enrich JMSC Classrooms

Many of the JMSC teaching staff are long-time journalists who have connections with all sorts of interesting people working in the press. As a result, professors often ask guest speakers from the industry to come to […]