20 October 2020

Eric Cheung

Eric Cheung, Freelance Journalist Bachelor of Journalism 2018 “HKU Journalism has provided me with plenty of opportunities to build up my journalism experiences. The professors come from an international background, and are well-connected in the industry. This allowed me to […]
15 October 2020

Cheryl Yuen

Cheryl Yuen, Anchor/Reporter, TVB News Bachelor of Journalism 2020 “I first developed interest in television news during my exchange semester, but it was the course Anchoring and Video News Writing offered by HKU Journalism that gave me the biggest […]
26 August 2020

Kinnie Li

Kinnie Li, Fellow, Teach For Hong Kong Bachelor of Journalism 2018 “I’ve never ever imagined one day I would be standing in front of a class of nine-year-old kids instead of a camera before completing my degree at […]
24 September 2019

Video by JMSC undergrads selected for UN sustainable development initiative

Gabriel Fung  and Antonia Tang, both in their second year of the Bachelor of Journalism programme, were part of a HKU team whose mini-doc Diversity in Sham Shui Po was among nine entries selected for the MY World 360º […]
27 August 2019

Martin Choi

Martin Choi, Graduate Trainee, South China Morning Post Bachelor of Journalism 2018 “My four-year journey at HKU Journalism took me many places, and I left with a lot of fond memories and friends. My professors never shied away […]
20 March 2019

BJ Joy Pamnani named to Diversity List 2019: Youth to Watch

Joy Pamnani, a third-year Bachelor of Journalism student, was named to the Diversity List 2019: Youth to Watch. Launched in 2016 by the Zubin Foundation, the list names a group of talented Hong Kong ethnic minority youth each year […]
4 September 2017

JMSC welcomes diverse new intake of students

By George W. Russell The Journalism and Media Studies Centre welcomed 100 new students to its Master of Journalism and Bachelor of Journalism programmes for the 2017-2018 academic year. An orientation for incoming MJs was held on […]
28 November 2016

Killer course: Students act like soldiers to answer the question, ‘Why do we kill in war?’

They wore body armour fashioned from cardboard and helmets that looked more like highway cones. Some carried rifles laser cut from plywood stencils. No one was going to mistake Lecture Hall 4 in HKU’s Chong […]