Media Education Programs
The future of trade and globalization is dynamic, with implications for geopolitics, growth and development.
Media, as public opinion shapers, play a critical role in providing deeper perspectives on trade issues and promoting a more informed, productive public dialog. Traditional journalism training programs do not focus specifically on trade, leaving reporters under-equipped to cover trade topics. Our programs are designed to bridge that gap.
Trade-focused short courses
In partnership with the National Press Foundation (NPF), we offer International Trade Training for Journalists in Asia, a four-day workshop on all aspects of sustainable international trade. Fellows learn from experts in foreign direct investment, treaties that shape trade, economic growth, social and environmental impacts, emerging economies, how the World Trade Organization works, China’s unique role, access to research and data, and more.
Masters’ degree scholarships in International Journalism Studies
Media professionals have a critical role to play in raising awareness about the importance of sustainable global trade. They are entrusted to provide fact-based insight that can encourage businesses and government to take action to pursue practices that balance the economic, social and environmental aspects of trade.
We offer scholarships for a Master of Arts Degree in International Journalism Studies to enable experienced journalists to join the Hong Kong Baptist University’s excellent journalism program. This program supports the training of young and independent journalists in Asia and promotes balanced, fact-based and ethical reporting.