The M.A. Digital Journalism includes the classic media: print, online and audiovisual, which are increasingly converging in the world of media. The target group is graduates in humanities with linguistic competencies who would like to major in one of these two areas: business/politics or culture/entertainment.
Both broad and specialized: development of overall journalism skills plus the opportunity to specialize in selected areas
A high level of proficiency in journalism methods for the convergent media: print, online, broadcast and mobile
|Type||Full-time or part-time|
|Degree||Master of Arts (M.A.)|
|Location||Berlin and Cologne|
German (Campus Cologne), English (Campus Berlin): M.A. Digital Journalism
(Written work can be submitted in either language of choice)
|Tuition fees||Full-time: 670,- € monthly | Part-time: 449,- € monthly|
Full-time: 4 semesters | Part-time: 6 semesters
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Applicants: Graduates in the arts and humanities, esp. those who majored in one of the following subjects
- business administration, social sciences (Business/Politics)
- language, communication, journalism, media studies (Culture/Entertainment)
Target Jobs: Journalist, publicist, writer, communication and media expert and consultant
General Modules: Optional subjects e.g. Media Law, Media Asset Management, Intercultural Management, Media Psychology
Specific Modules e.g.: Journalistic methods like research, writing, editing, presentation and cross-media journalism or journalism in convergent media
Advanced Studies: Theory and practice of journalism in the fields of Sports/Health or Business/ Politics or Culture/Entertainment
- Very good degree in one of areas mentioned (university or university of applied sciences)
- plus internal assessment process
Please note: After your matriculation, we offer you a refund of the uni-assist fee in the amount of 75,00 € if you submit the original receipt to HMKW.
About the School
All of its degree programs are additionally accredited by FIBAA (international agency for quality assurance in higher education). HMKW is active at three locations across Germany: in Berlin, Cologne a ... Read More