Incoming students of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre got their journalism training off to an early start in mid-August, covering the IB World Student Conference in real time. The new Bachelor of Journalism and […]
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) […]
China’s Little Rock Star, a documentary by JMSC alumnus Vincent Du, will be aired on Al Jazeera English starting Tuesday, July 16, as the first film of the network’s Viewfinder Asia series. The show will premier at 6:30 a.m. Hong […]
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 […]
When professional journalists from all over Asia and North America arrived at Hong Kong University for the New.Now.Next Media Conference (N3Con) last weekend, they were greeted by a press corps of JMSC students. The N3Con team – which consisted […]
The University of Hong Kong is proud of its journalism programme and is committed to supporting it and helping it grow, says Deputy Vice Chancellor Roland Chin. He made the pledge recently at a gathering of HKU’s journalism alumni, hosted by HKU Vice Chancellor Lap-Chee Tsui and Professor Ying Chan, founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC).
Aspiring journalists, mid-career journalists seeking professional enhancement and other professional seeking a media-related career or expertise in the media ar welcome to apply. Learn more in our upcoming Admission Briefing Sessions: 4 December 2010 (Sat) […]