Online Master's Degree in International Journalism

Compare Online Masters Programs in International Journalism 2017

International Journalism

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

International journalism is a field focused on bringing global events to the attention of the world. By studying international journalism, students learn how to work in the fields of broadcast, print and online journalism, and how to report on new and different environments in a meaningful way.

Online learning refers to use of electronic media and information and communication technologies (ICT) in education. With online learning one has the flexibility to access their studies at any time and from anywhere they can log on.

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International Media Innovation Management

International Media Innovation Management
Online & Campus Combined Part time 2 years October 2017 Germany Berlin

This program (online and presence modules in Germany, Austria, Spain, USA) is aimed at high-potentials from the media and creative industries. Executive students from www.imim-master.com dome from different positions in their respective value chains: development, financing, content, journalism, production, distribution, regulation/legislation. [+]

Best Online Masters in International Journalism 2017. Master's program in International Media Innovation Management -- imim This program is aimed at high-potentials from the media and creative industries – with different positions in their respective value chains. Please note: APPLICATION PERIOD for its next start in autumn 2015 has ENDED on 1st of July! IMIM students have a minimum of 5 years of professional experience in fields such as development, financing, content, journalism and production, distribution, regulation/legislation. During the two-year study, they pool their forces together into a media innovation think tank. With lecturers from leading media companies and universities from all over the world (Poynter Institute, Guardian, New York Times, Die Welt, Universidad Miguel Hernandez and many more) and seminars in Austria, Germany, Spain, the US and online, they work together in an international network. The students deal with real-life situations submitted by participating enterprises. Thus, companies participating in the program have a say in the structuring of the syllabus. “The students’ collaboration with academics, management trainers, journalists and business managers is crucial”, says Program Director Andy Kaltenbrunner, “innovation is to be established as the main currency of exchange in an international team.” The curriculum is divided into five one-week compulsory attendance modules (taking place in Austria, Germany, Spain and the US), complemented with e-learning. Lecturers: Leading international experts in media, journalism, technology, and change management, some from academia, others within the industry, including Wolfgang Blau (The Guardian), Lucy Küng (Universities of Oxford/Reuters Insitute, St. Gallen), Bill Horn (The New York Times), Klaus Meier (Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt), Romanus Otte (Die Welt), José García Avilés (University Miguel Hernández) and many more. The full list of lecturers can be found here. www.imim-master.com/faculty Curriculum Module 1 – Media Economics Digitalisation & Convergence, Supply Chain Management, Convergent Products, Business Models Module 2 – Society Impact of Digitalisation, Ethical Values Challenged by Economy, Politics & Society, Media Law Module 3 – Communication/Journalism Crossmedia, Quality in Journalism, Media Workflows Module 4 – Innovation Management Cultural Differences, Team Building, Innovation Processes, Benchmarking, Rating and Implementing Innovation Module 5 – Management Skills Self Management, Change Management, Leadership, Project Management Module 6 – Master's Thesis In indiviual work or small international teams of two to four, students will analyse a specific problem (e.g. of one of IMIM's partner companies) for their Master's thesis. They will be coached by their mentors, professional strategists. The project will take several months and ends in a presentation. Further Information Partners: Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg/Florida, USA (Bill Mitchell, affiliate), Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain (José García Avilés), Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany (Klaus Meier) Language of Instruction: English Students’ fees/Expenses for integrated business partners: € 20.000/year (program lasts 2 years), scholarships covering up to 75% are available. Including: Student fees cover: all textbooks and online materials, individual language training, lodging and travel costs within the countries in which the attendance blocks take place (Austria, Germany, Spain, USA). Business partner fees cover: suggestion of a real-life project (to be then implemented in their company) and sending a lecturer or executive to the program’s format “Meet the Executive”. Degree Earned: Master of Arts in International Media Innovation Management Carriers: fjum_forum for journalism and media vienna (Daniela Kraus, Director) and Berlin University for Professional Studies (Ada Pellert, President). [-]

Master´s Degree in Communication and Sports Journalism - Spanish taught

Real Madrid International School
Online & Campus Combined Part time 10 months October 2017 Spain Madrid

The Master's Degree in Communication and Sports Journalism is intended to train media professionals and leaders who can raise sports to the category of a social phenomenon through the use of any medium in the current communications industry: written, multimedia, audiovisual or digital. [+]

The Master's Degree in Communication and Sports Journalism is intended to train media professionals and leaders who can raise sports to the category of a social phenomenon through the use of any medium in the current communications industry: written, multimedia, audiovisual or digital. Real Madrid Graduate School - Universidad Europea contributes the experience of the most important sports club in the world and the rigor of Universidad Europea to design and offer a benchmark Master's Degree in the field of communication. Thanks to agreements with sports companies and media, internships are available in the newsrooms of professional media for students before they enter the world of work. Also, the Real Madrid facilities will be available throughout the program so that students can make full use of them. Key Aspects Language: Spanish Designed for: The Master's Degree in Communication and Sports Journalism offers specialization for Journalism and Media Studies graduates. It is also an interesting option for students from the areas of economics, social studies or sports studies who want to explore sports journalism and excel in the new working environment that television and radio networks, digital media and sports newspapers demand. It is an excellent opportunity for graduates looking for a solid specialization in a Graduate Degree with very good job prospects. Qualification: At the end of the course, students will receive the Official Master’s Degree of Máster Universitario en Comunicación y Periodismo Deportivo. Duration: 60 ECTS, from October to May. Study mode: Campus - based. Class schedule: Monday to Thursday, 4.30 to 8.30 p.m. Students will occasionally have activities at other times, but these are flexible. Campus: Villaviciosa de Odón Campus of Universidad Europea, ‘Real Madrid City’ (Valdebebas) and Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. Methodology and internships: The methodology of the Master's Degree in Communication and Sports Journalism is based on a combination of six modules of theoretical and practical content, giving an in-depth understanding of sports and the media (alongside activities taught by professionals and the application of new technologies). These modules are complemented by a master's thesis, internships in media newsrooms and sports entities (in professional and in research contexts, with different numbers of credits), and a training module focused on scientific research methods, in the case of the research specialization. The course also includes conferences and gives students the chance to create their own radio and television programs, blogs and multimedia reports. Students will be able to participate in open dialogues with figures from the world of sports and professionals from leading media. Thanks to role-playing exercises, students will experience real situations that professionals face in a sports newsroom: press conferences, interviews, crisis communication strategies, etc. Students of the Master's Degree in Communication and Sports Journalism will also participate in a specific program of visits to the facilities of Real Madrid relating to the subjects studied. Facilities: Universidad Europea has fully equipped Media Studies facilities: newsroom with agency service, QuarkXPress, complete TV studios (set, production control room, virtual studio and editing booths with AVID and Final Cut systems, and other audiovisual equipment), and three complete radio studios with the latest technology in hard disk systems for broadcasting). Students will visit ‘Real Madrid City’ and other club facilities during ‘White Week’ (Semana Blanca): a period of total immersion in the running of the best soccer club of the 20th century. [-]