Journalism & Mass communication

“Journalism is the first rough draft of history.” (Philip L. Graham, Co-owner of ‘The Washington Post’)

A study abroad experience for a journalism student not only exposes one to a new culture but helps in widening their network by including all international contacts. The comprehensive modules and experiential learning methodologies makes them more curious, inquisitive, and fact driven; all qualities required by a journalist to be successful.

In the United States, the entertainment and media market was worth an estimated 678 billion U.S. dollars in 2018 and was expected to grow to over 720 billion U.S. dollars by 2020. The clearly demarcated demand for producing good and credible non-fiction content apart from fiction is the demand in today’s competitive media field.

The programs offered by universities abroad in the field of journalism and mass communication focus not only on imparting skills required to be a good journalist but also on networking and moving efficiently in the business to prove their mettle.

Career Opportunities

A person with a Journalism & Mass communication degree can carve their niche as a Fashion Photographer, TV Correspondent or Producer, News presenter, Programming Head, Creative Head, Radio Jockey/ RJ, Screenwriter, Broadcast Journalist and more.

While applying for Journalism and Mass communication degree abroad apart from completing your higher secondary education with the required score, appearing for the available university accepted English Proficiency; every candidate is required to showcase their flair for writing or their individual as well as collaborative enterprising abilities which are a must for a journalist.

Course Entry Requirements

  Course Entry Requirements
  Portfolio showcasing flair for writing
  Portfolio showcasing flair for writing

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