Shaping the Future of Global Journalism
English-speaking journalists worldwide can apply for ICFJ's Global Business Journalism program in China.
At a commencement ceremony in July at Tsinghua University in Beijing, 20 students received their masters’ degree in Global Business Journalism, and five students received certificates.
Second-year Tsinghua University journalism student Wei Wei spent three months working in Washington this spring as part of the Prudential Foundation's Global Citizens Program, offered through the Washington Center.
Chen Yingying (Lulu), a correspondent for Xinhua News Agency in Nairobi, Kenya, recently did a report on teenage girls that was picked up and republished by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Lulu is a 2011 graduate of the Global Business Journalism master's program, a project of the International Center for Journalists and Tsinghua University, where it is based.
Board members of the East-West Institute were dazzled by students and alumni of the Global Business Journalism program during a breakfast meeting in Beijing on Friday, May 17.
On September 24, former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt spoke to journalism students at Tsinghua University about the Internet's role as a digital marketplace for goods and ideas.
I helped journalists use satellites to track environmental destruction in the Amazon.