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Masters in Journalism

Study Journalism Masters Programmes

Journalism is something that most people encounter everyday. Whether this is on the TV through a news broadcast, online media outlets, or print media such as newspapers and magazines, the products of journalism are present in most places. As a journalist, you will investigate and report events, issues and trends, informing the general public. In recent years, journalism has evolved from solely using traditional media, to utilising modern media such social media.

Masters in Journalism in 2024

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Journalism Master Degree

IULM University of Milan Italy

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Journalism Master Degree

University of Groningen Netherlands

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Journalism MA, PhD

University of Kent United Kingdom

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Journalism MA

University of Sheffield United Kingdom

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Multimedia Journalism MA

Manchester Metropolitan University United Kingdom

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Graduate Diploma in Advanced Journalism Graduate Diploma

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Australia

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Master of Journalism MJ

The University of British Columbia (UBC) Canada

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Journalism with Development Studies MA

London South Bank University (LSBU) United Kingdom

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