Suited to those with an international outlook, the course offers a mix of practice and theory for either aspiring journalists or midcareer practitioners to gain a perspective of journalism in different media and in different countries.
The MA International Journalism aims to offer knowledge and expertise for a career in the international media or in related fields.
The course offers the opportunity to gain a perspective on 21st century journalism in different media and in different countries. It offers a mix of practice and theory – blending journalistic techniques and advanced academic study.
The programme offers practical journalism, but remains an academic Master’s degree.
The practical working environment within the degree aims to deepen professional knowledge and challenge understandings.
You will chose to specialise in broadcast, documentary, or multimedia journalism.
The course attracts international applicants wanting to strengthen the journalistic competence in their own countries.
It provides a richness of exposure (through the multicultural nature of the student body) to comparative international media practices.
It is aimed at journalists wanting a period of reflection and study about the practice of 21st century journalism.
How will I be taught?
You will be taught through a variety of practical workshops which replicate an industry environment as well as a series of lectures and seminars which complement the academic nature of the course.
How will I be supported?
You will be allocated a Personal Tutor, for help and support with academic and pastoral needs, who is available when needed to discuss progress, provide advice and guidance.
You will be supported by the Student Support services in the school and through wider university resources.
You will have regular tutorials with programme directors/personal tutors as well as the opportunity to meet with module co-ordinators on request.
Graduates of the MA International Journalism programme are employed in a wide and varied range of occupations including editorial positions in International Broadcast and Multimedia Journalism industries such as BBC Worldwide, CNN, NDTV, SABC, Russia Today, Al Jazeera, Reuters and Bloomberg. Graduates have also gone on to work in global marketing and publication industries as well as becoming freelance documentary producers and web content developers.
Visit the International Journalism - MA page on the Cardiff University website for more details!
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