The School of Journalism and Communication at GDUFS was founded in 2005 and emerged out of the International Journalism program offered to students majoring in English. Since the School’s establishment, teaching journalism in English has been a major concept. Our goal is to develop into an influential base for teaching and research in international communication throughout the country, particularly in South China. Over 20 years of development, we now offer 4 undergraduate majors (Journalism, Advertising, Broadcasting and Hosting, and Internet and New Media) and 2 graduate programs including Discipline Master’s Degree in Journalism and Communication and Master of Journalism and Communication. We not only have excelled at academic research, but also have provided services to governments and various other organizations. Our 100% employment rate of graduates ranks at the top among China’s journalism schools.
The school established Base for Young Talent Training in International Communication of Guangdong Province, and also runs a municipal-level key social science research base named Guangzhou Center for Innovative Communication in International Cities, and two university-level key research centers: Research Center for Marxist Views of Journalism and Chinese Discourse System and Research Center for Political Communication and International Public Opinions. The school also has a university-level team for research on international communication of urban image. The school also consists of four innovation teams, respectively in International journalism, intercultural communication and international communication, public communication and global public opinion, and urban communication and international brand communication. The school still runs several platforms for teaching and scientific research including Multilingual International Survey Center, Training Center for Political Communication and Crisis Management Consultancy, All-media Innovation Experiment Center, and All-media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center. The school also has co-built and runs the Research Institute for Omnimedia and International Communication with the local press group, Yangcheng Evening News. Comprehensive cooperation has been established with People’s Daily Online, Tencent, Global Tone Communication Technology Co., Ltd and Xinhua Online.
Teachers in our school are undertaking over 40 national and provincial and ministerial research programs, and dozens of programs sponsored by governments, enterprises and institutions. They have published more than 70 monographs, translated books, textbooks and hundreds of high quality papers. The school’s staff includes 12 professors and 11 associate professors, 27 teachers with doctoral degrees, 6 who are pursuing doctor’s degrees and 4 full-time foreign teachers. Three-quarters of the teaching staff possess overseas study experience, while 30% have obtained their degrees from abroad, and 30% can conduct all-English instruction. We have established academic exchange and cooperation programs for both undergraduates and postgraduates with over 10 universities in the UK, USA, Australia, Taiwan and Hong Kong. In recent years our Journalism BA program won awards from the Guangdong Provincial Education Department and was chosen as a provincial test-bed for innovative and excellent journalism education.
How to Apply:
Professors and associate professors, with relevant graduate degree or above, and those with abundant experience of teaching or practices in enterprises have priority. All applicants must submit the following:
For those who are interested in working for a dynamic and prestigious university in Guangzhou, China, please contact: Ms: LIU Shunli
|Location:||Guangdong - China|
|Placed On:||20th March 2019|
|Expires:||19th May 2019|
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