Master's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication in Oslo in Norway

Compare Masters Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 in Oslo in Norway

Journalism and Mass Communication

Journalism is a satisfying career that combines the thrill of covering the news story with the satisfaction of a way of life of public duty. Degree programs are composed to provide graduates trained to analyze and figure out the complex events of our times as well as raise journalistic norms in all media.

Oslo is the capital of Norway. The level of education in this city and the lifestyle is very high. Its quality educational institutions have placed it among Europe’s top 3 regions in terms of higher education. There are many other reputed institutions that offer quality education.

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Master in Media Technology

Gjøvik University College (GUC)
Campus Full time 2 years January 2019 Norway Oslo Gjøvik + 1 more

Media Technology is technology and methods for supporting human communication over distances in time and space. [+]

Media Technology

Media Technology is technology and methods for supporting human communication over distances in time and space. Today’s rich media environment provides unique opportunities for creative and effective communication of an organization’s goals or between a company and its customers.

Contents of the study

A Master of Science or a Master of Technology in media technology will provide you with the needed knowledge and theoretical foundations to express your creativity in new and innovative forms. With these qualifications, you will be an important resource for any business or organization that employs digital media.

The language of instruction is English.... [-]


Master in Color in Informatics and Media Technology

Gjøvik University College (GUC)
Campus Full time 2 years January 2019 Norway Oslo Gjøvik + 1 more

The master program is broadly interdisciplinary, students conduct research related to one of the following fields: Color image capture, devices, and processing; Spectral color science; Technologies and models for multi-media systems. [+]

The University of Saint-Etienne (France), Gjovik University College (Norway), the University of Granada (Spain), and the University of Joensuu (Finland) have been approved by the EU to deliver a new two years master program entitled Color in Informatics and Media Technology (CIMET), within the prestigious Erasmus Mundus program.

The master program is broadly interdisciplinary, students conduct research related to one of the following fields: Color image capture, devices, and processing; Spectral color science; Technologies and models for multi-media systems.

Admission criteriaTo qualify for admission, applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in computer science, physics, optics or imaging science. Admission will be based on academic excellence. The study program starts autumn 2008. This master program is broadly interdisciplinary, encompassing photonics, computer vision and imaging science, computer science and media technology as a mix of relevant theoretical and practical knowledge. All courses will be given in English. The program requests high mobility, but it is possible to mainly study in one host university and attend only one semester in another university.... [-]


Master in Screen Cultures

University of Oslo - Faculty of Humanities
Campus Full time 2 years August 2019 Norway Oslo

Screen Cultures lets you study how screens affect our understanding of the world, through the different screens of the cinema, television, computer and smartphone, their films, series, games, and social media. [+]

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Why choose this program?

Screen Cultures lets you study how screens affect our understanding of the world, through the different screens of the cinema, television, computer and smartphone, their films, series, games, and social media.

As a Screen Cultures master student, you will acquire screen literacy. Since screen edges have become the edges of what we know, our central research question then, is: “How do the distinct qualities of screens and the conditions of viewing they afford, affect our understanding of the world?” Screen Cultures examines the screens that provide and prohibit access to our global realities and affect all aspects of our everyday lives. And our objective and vision are to challenge and ultimately change the way we view screens.... [-]