The students, faculty and alumni of the School of Communication are a diverse group of intelligent, passionate people who strive to create meaningful work in a connected world.
Our students are bright, curious achievers passionate about entering the media and communication field as well as mid-career professionals aiming to further their careers.
Our international faculty members are experienced academics in the communication field and professionals from the media industry who are dedicated to creating the best learning experiences for our students.
Our alumni are leaders in the media and communication industry all over the world. Many go on to win prestigious awards and take on positions making direct change in their fields.
We organize exciting, educational study trips around the world every year. In the past, students have gone to Prague, Paris, London, Cambodia, New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Germany, Tokyo and Taiwan.
SOPA Award winning journalists come to campus to participate in week-long public forums and classroom discussions on the journalism profession. The forum is held alternating years.
Pulitzer Prize winning journalists come to campus to participate in week-long public forums and classroom discussions on the journalism profession. The workshop is held alternating years.
We invite diverse and experienced diplomats, politicians, business people and media practitioners to give regular talks to students on a range of local and international topics.
The school holds regular seminars and workshops for students to learn professional media and digital skills from experienced practitioners.
Based on the Oxbridge tutorial system, journalism students are matched with veteran journalists for small group conversations.
Making sense of international trade: A primer for journalism students
AKE NEWS 2.0 – THE DEBATE IN 2018
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|24||HKBU-SOPA AWARD WINNERS FORUM 2017|
|16||BIG DATA AND JOURNALISM|
|14||MAIJS 10th Anniversary Alumni Reunion Gathering|
Operation and Management of Mobile Media Industry Chain
Post-Truth Era vs Solutions Journalism
How Journalism Can Help Unlock Modern Slavery
The 2008 Mumbai Attacks – A View from the Street on the Night
Privatising the Inner City
Application for 2017 September Intake
Second Round Began
|28-31||Chinese Lunar New Year Holidays|
Panel Discussion with Photographers
|14-18||Virtual Reality & Journalism Symposium|
|24-28||The 7th Pulitzer Prize Winners Workshop|
Senior Reporters-in-Residence Scheme:
Mr. Michael Vitez