Generally sought after the completion of a related bachelor’s degree program, the Master of Science, or MSc, is an internationally regarded academic achievement awarded to students who successfully complete set coursework in a given science-related area.
Just what is an MSc in International Journalism? Students in these programs should expect thorough review of a broad variety of topics related to modern-day global journalism. While there is some level of variation from program to program, most international journalism master’s degree programs focus on the changing face of journalism as it relates to modern technology. Additional common topics of study and discussion often include international ethics, logistics, research, travel and how to plan and report foreign new assignments fairly and effectively.
Master’s degree holders are frequently hired over those without degrees or those with lesser degrees, and they are also frequently able to attain higher-level positions within the international economy. Additionally, salaries are generally higher for those with master’s degrees than those with only bachelor’s degrees. Finally, the Master of Science designation allows students to pursue an even higher academic designation (the doctorate) if desired.
Due to substantial variation in tuition costs from one international journalism master’s program to another, interested students are encouraged to contact all schools of interest for specific tuition rates.
Students who have a Master of Science in International Journalism are poised for a variety of positions related to global reporting and media. Many go on to work for print, television or online media news organizations around the globe, while others work in a freelance capacity or in higher education. Other common career aspirations for graduates of these programs include working for foreign aid organizations or as foreign policy professionals.
Students interested in exploring the numerous educational options related to international journalism available globally are advised to explore the programs listed in our database. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Our Master's course in International Journalism introduces students from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds to the theory and practice of journalism in
Our Master's course in International Journalism introduces students from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds to the theory and practice of journalism in a global context. The course is internationally-focused and deals with the practice of journalism across different media, cultural and regulatory environments.
With a combination of practice and theory, the MSc International Journalism at Stirling enables you to tailor your studies by choosing a practice- or theory-led route depending on your interests and career ambitions.
The course is provided by our Division of Communications, Media and Culture, which has a strong international profile, and builds on our existing strengths in teaching and research. In journalism alone, the Division has staff from South Africa, Venezuela, Pakistan, China and Ireland, as well as the UK....