The Cheung Kong School of Journalism and Communication is committed to educating and training the next generation of media professionals and scholars in China’s rapidly changing media environment.
The school has fostered a distinctive model of journalism education that combines courses in liberal arts with journalism theory and practice – making it a truly unique journalism institution within the modern Chinese context.
The J-School offers a bachelor degree program and a masters degree program, which are both rigorous, demanding and are based on practical hands-on projects outside of the classroom.
Some renowned journalists have been professors in the J-school. Among them: Peter Arnett, Pulitzer-prize winning war correspondent, Ching-Ching Ni, editor in chief of New York Times Beijing newsroom, and Alice Yang, Taiwan financial columnist.