Highlights of Developments
The School
The Dean
Highlights of Developments
Faculty & Staff
Facilities
Link with Industry
Link to the World



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Mr. Timothy Yu, founder of Communication
Department



Mr. Raymond Wong, 2nd Head of the
Department


Mr. Chang Kuo-sin, and President Daniel
Tse with scholarship recipients


Dean John Jellicorse with a Distinguished
Alumni Award recipient


Dean Leonard Chu addresses Guangzhou
Jinan University students
1968 Department of Communication established, with three majors in
Journalism, Radio-Television and Public Relation, offering
Diploma courses.
1969 Student experimental newspaper The Young Reporter first
published.

1973

Campus TV station set up, the first of its kind in the Southeast
Asia.
1981 Sing Tao Communication Centre completed.
1987 Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Communication program
launched.
1988 The Au Shue Hung Centre for Film and Television named.
1991 The Department of Communication was upgraded as the School
of Communication with three departments: Film and Video
Department, Journalism Department and Communication
Studies Department offering options in Film and Video,
Journalism (English and Chinese Concentrations), and Public
Relations and Advertising.
1992 M.Phil. in Communication started.
1993 Applied Communication Studies option started. Film and Video
Department renamed Cinema and Television Department.
1994 Digital Graphic Communication Option started.
1995 Ph.D. in Communication started.
1996 Master of Arts in Communication by coursework started.
1997 Broadcast Journalism Concentration started.

2001

2004

Centre for Media and Communication Research established.

Master of Fine Arts in Film, Television and Digital Media started