Jobs

J-School’s unique international status is helping our students succeed in the 21st century. Perhaps the best measure is what happens after graduation.

The students have been in high demand as journalists and communicators – from TV producers and website editors to diplomatic staffers and advertisers to civil servants and entrepreneurs.

In 2014, 66.39% graduates worked in media industry.

 

In 2014, 75.6% graduates worked in Guangdong Province, the richest province in China. The other graduates worked in large cities like Beijing and Shanghai.