Want to learn more about our programme, but not in Hong Kong to visit us at the HKU campus? Sit tight, we’re coming to you…

Join us at our admissions webinar about the HKU Master of Journalism (MJ) programme. Our programme director, Kevin Sites, and the rest of our admissions team will be on hand to answer your questions in a live chat format. Learn more about the application process, student life and career progression, including our extensive internship programme and what some of our alumni are doing today.

Date: 12 January 2019 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00pm (Hong Kong time, GMT +8)

Attendance is limited. Please register with jmscmj@hku.hk and provide your name and current location (city and country). You will receive a URL for the chat room nearer the time.

The JMSC is now welcoming applications to its MJ programme for the 2019-20 academic year. Visit the admissions page and find more application details here.

10 December 2018

(12 Jan) Master of Journalism 2019-20 Admissions Webinar

Want to learn more about our programme, but not in Hong Kong to visit us at the HKU campus? Sit tight, we’re coming to you… Join us at our admissions webinar about the HKU Master of […]
9 November 2018

(5 Dec) Master of Journalism 2019-20 Admissions Info Session

  Date: 5 December 2018 (Wednesday) Time: 6:30–8:00pm Venue: Digital Media Lab, G/F, Eliot Hall, The University of Hong Kong (Directions) Register at jmscmj@hku.hk or call +852 3917 4113. Applications for the 2019-2020 Master of Journalism (MJ) programme […]
27 January 2017

JMSC students learn adaptability is key to “real world” journalism on winter internships around Asia

From refining interview techniques to experimenting with different writing and video production styles, JMSC students learnt that adaptability is key to producing effective journalism during their recent winter internships. Fifty Master of Journalism (MJ) students […]
23 January 2017

From Mexico to Hong Kong: starting a career as a business and financial journalist

Nicole Pabello comes from Veracruz, a state in Mexico which has been described as one of the most dangerous places for journalists in Latin America. It’s a world away from Hong Kong, the city which […]
12 February 2016

JMSC students put their learning to the test in winter workplace internships

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 […]
2 September 2011

MJs Welcomed to JMSC

Professor Ying Chan, Director of the JMSC, welcomed 60 new Master of Journalism students to the JMSC on Thursday, August 25. She congratulated the students who come from Canada, UK, Singapore, New Zealand, Germany, US, […]