11 November 2016

Master of Journalism 2017–18 Information Session (1 Dec.)

Date: 1 December 2016 (Thursday) Time: 6:30–8:00 p.m. Venue: Digital Media Lab, G/F, Eliot Hall, HKU Register at: jmscmj@hku.hk or (+852) 3917 4113 With applications for the 2017–2018 Master of Journalism (MJ) programme now open, the JMSC will […]
10 December 2015

Sign up for Master of Journalism admission webinar on 9 Jan 2016

You may not be able to make it to the HKU campus, so we’re coming to you! Sign up for a webinar about the HKU Master of Journalism (MJ) programme to ask admission-related questions directly […]
30 August 2015

About the programme

The Master of Journalism (MJ) programme attracts talented students from all over the world, and is taught by a faculty of experienced journalists and media scholars who have had decades of experience in responsible positions in the global news industry. Many courses are taught by adjuncts who are practising journalists in international news organisations such as The New York Times, CNN and The Wall Street Journal.
28 August 2015

Application details

The Master of Journalism course is a one year full-time or two year part-time course. Students learn the core skills of journalism—reporting and writing, television and video production, and digital journalism. They also take elective courses in a range of subjects from business and finance to public health and documentary film.
24 August 2015

FAQ

24 August 2015

Master of Journalism internships

The JMSC faculty’s networks with leading international media organisations have helped build one of the most dynamic journalism internship programmes in the world.
24 August 2015

International student body

23 August 2015

Where our graduates get jobs

Graduating students have been hired by the world’s leading media organisations including Bloomberg, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. The close links that the JMSC enjoys with leading international and local news organisations has helped graduating students find employment in these organisations.