Are you curious, critical and great at conveying a message? Then maybe it’s a good idea to study journalism – and why not do so abroad?
Do you want to be a part of telling tomorrows news today? Do you want to be the first in the field to get the good story? Studying journalism opens countless doors in the media industry and you can expect an average day, that’ll be both hectic and exciting.
Why study abroad?
You will show character, courage and independence when you leave the comforts of your safe and sound home to study abroad somewhere in the world. Your will learn to focus on the essence of journalism, while learning things you could not have learned at home. You are bound to meet many different people along the path of your study abroad; people who will become friends, collaborators, subjects and future colleagues! And of course, it is going to look great on your resume.
Why should I study journalism?
You will learn the basic techniques and methods, how to gather and convey material, idea development, research, interviewing and source criticism. You will furthermore have classes to educate you on the role of journalism in society, law of media and language. You will learn how to tell you story in many different types of media and you will become comfortable with perspectival and analytical journalism.
When you work as a journalist, you will be among the first to learn about current affairs, and it will be part of your job to convey those stories to the public. Networking is an important part of being a journalist, and with a study abroad you will surely strengthen your network simultaneously with getting unique journalistic competences.