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Full time & Part time September PgCert, PgDip, MA Full time: MA: 12 mon; PGDip: 8 mon; PGCert: 4 mon: Sandwich mode: MA 24 mon. Part time: MA: 24 mon, PGDip: 3 semesters, PGCert: 2 semesters

About the course

Our MA Journalism will equip you with professional skills in journalism and authorship. You'll cover topics from news and non-fiction to brands and content. 

You will develop skills in digital and multi-platform journalism and authorship. And you'll study the changing models of journalism including:

  • branded content
  • not-for-profit journalism
  • big data scraping
  • social media crowdsourcing. 

You'll have regular networking opportunities and visits to newsrooms, media and journalism summits. So you’ll benefit from a degree that responds to the industry. 

Journalism is one of a group of courses run by the Oxford International Centre for Publishing (OICP), which has a high international standing. OICP is supported by two advisory boards made up of high profile figures from across the

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Entry Requirements

Entrants to the programme should possess the following minimum qualifications:
• a second-class honours degree, or equivalent, in any subject; or
• an appropriate professional background and experience in the media. This should be evidenced by an appropriate CV which outlines your professional experience to date from either working directly in journalism and media or a related function.

Further details on entry requirements can be found on our website.
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Fees

Home/EU full time
MA £8,500; Diploma £7,500; Certificate £4,250

Home/EU part-time
£4,250

International full time
£14,700

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