JMSC students faced challenges including keeping up with Aung San Suu Kyi during a walkabout, audio dubbing the voice of Hong Kong Chief Executive CY Leung, and paragliding high above a valley in Nepal during […]
Myanmar once had a hard time, when press freedom was seriously threatened. In the wake of domestic reforms during recent years, however, the press enjoy more and more freedom. Take Mizzima, an exile-based independent media […]
Finding a job or internship at a large media organisation is always a challenge, but recent graduate Grace Huang (MJ 2013) found that taking online journalism and reporting and writing classes really helped her build up her foundation.
Several newly minted graduates from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre have parlayed the skills and internship experiences they acquired during their studies into jobs at media organisations in Hong Kong. Vicky Kung (BJ, 2013) […]
Students of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre have picked up a total of 68 jobs and internships over the spring and summer through the JMSC Careers and Internships programme. The placements bring the overall number of jobs […]
Georgia McCafferty is a Master of Journalism student from Australia. She recently wrapped up a three-month internship with CNN International in Hong Kong. Here is what the experience was like: With more crows’ feet and […]
Five JMSC students recently got the chance to work on an international project that has an audience in the millions when they interned at TEDxVictoriaHarbour, an annual travel and tourism conference in Hong Kong. The conference […]