Peking University's School of Journalism and Communication was founded on May 28th, 2001, aiming at nurturing talented professionals in journalism and communication who have a world vision, are familiar with government policies and regulations, can understand and master new technology, and have a solid command of foreign languages.
Peking University is a pioneer in modern Journalistic education in China. In 1918, Peking University started the nation's first Journalistic courses. The School's development is enhanced by Peking University's status as one of the most prestigious comprehensive universities in China. The university's unique strength in humanities, social sciences and natural sciences meets the needs of the school in training versatile communication practitioners and scholars. Currently there are nine research institutes in the school and there are eight degree programs offered by the school.
Participating Departments or Schools
- School of Journalism and Communication
School Address - Chinese