Bachelors in Journalism & Media

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We need Journalism & Media: from the latest gossip column, to the things that really matter, we need people who can look at a situation objectively and have a realisation moment; when they can declare “I seriously doubt that” and “Hold these leaders accountable to the truth!”.

On a basic level, Journalism & Media encompass the subdisciplines that focus on how the public gains access to information. Be it through Journalism, Media Management, Public Relations, Translation & Interpreting, the Bachelor’s or Master’s students of this subject must measure words and understand their impact perfectly.

Some of the specialisations in Journalism & Media include:

• Broadcast Journalism
• Digital Journalism
• Enterprise Journalism
• Political Journalism (this sounds fun, in today’s day and age)
• Journalism Design and Graphics
• Science and Environmental Journalism
• Public Relations and Advertising

Programmes deliver essential skills for working in media organisations, such as excellent written and spoken communication skills, critical thinking, an ethical and responsible attitude.

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Suggested Bachelors in Journalism & Media

B.A. Journalism

Cover all aspects of multimedia journalism including writing and presenting, shooting and editing video, and creating audio output, such as podcasts.  You’ll develop exciting digital content for news websites and social media, and produce TV and radio bulletins in our state-of-the-art newsrooms and studios. 

United Kingdom
Bachelor Creative Business

The Bachelor Degree in Creative Business (Formerly International Communications and Media) is offered by HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. It is is a state-of-the-art degree programme focusing on the latest developments in international marketing, media and communication.

Netherlands
B.A. Honours Television Production

The BA Honours Television Production degree from Middlesex University begins with a solid foundation in the knowledge and skills required to make TV, developing skills in research, production, direction and writing as well as technical craft skills so you can work in the television industry at a highly creative and professional level. 

United Kingdom

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Specialisations within the field of Journalism & Media