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.
The Netherlands is a great choice for international students, as it has a very large international population that would be ready to make any new international students feel at home. The Netherlands was also one of the first non-native English speaking countries to offer courses taught in English to international students. The Dutch people have a long standing reputation of being tolerant and open minded, meaning you will feel welcomed and comfortable as soon as you arrive in the country.
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