For 2015 and previous intakes:

Film and Media Arts Journalism Organizational Communication Public Relations and
Advertising

 

For 2016 intake onwards:

Majors/Concentrations
Allocation
Film Journalism Public Relations and
Advertising

Journalism

 

The Journalism Major offers three programmes: Chinese Journalism Concentration (including Broadcast Journalism Stream), Financial Journalism Concentration and International Journalism Concentration. All provide a solid grounding in practical journalism skills, covering both the traditional print and broadcast media, and the recently developed digital area. They are also expected to think critically, creatively and independently about their work, and to display an awareness of the ethical dimensions of Journalism.

 

Internship
All Journalism students are required to take a professional internship, normally lasting at least two months in the fourth year. The internship usually runs from early June to the end of August but some employers may require slightly different periods. Employers will be invited to report on students’ performance, and students will also be asked to report on the internship.

 

Summer Internship Organization Lists

  • Agence France-Presse
  • AM730
  • Apple Daily
  • Associated Press Television News
  • Boom Magazine
  • China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Government Information Service
  • Hong Kong Economic Journal
  • Hong Kong Commercial Broadcasting Co. Ltd.
  • Initium Media
  • International New York Times
  • Metro Daily
  • Ming Pao
  • Next Magazine
  • NOW TV
  • Radio Television Hong Kong
  • Sky Post
  • South China Morning Post
  • Television Broadcasts Ltd.
  • Tencent Holdings
  • The i-Cable
  • The Standard
  • Thomson Reuters Hong Kong Ltd.
  • Wen Wei Po
  • Xinhua News Agency
  • Yazhou Zhoukan

 

Exchange / Study Tour

The Department of Journalism encourages its students to take an exchange semester at an overseas university, and also welcomes their counterparts from overseas to our classes. Exchange programmes are arranged at three levels: University-wide, School and departmental level. School and Department exchanges usually allow J-students to study at the partner university similar subjects to those they would take here so that the credit units can be transferred, and they will graduate at the normal time.

 

Career Prospects

Many graduates of Journalism Major become reporters, editors, correspondents and producers in print, electronic and online media. Others move into related fields such as public relations, marketing, business and commerce, government service and education. Some pursue further studies in Hong Kong or overseas. We have a good number of winners of prestigious media awards and scholarships for postgraduate studies abroad.