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 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). We will send you the URL for the chat room nearer the time.

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

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