Dive into the international media sector. You will produce cross-media reports, news items, and other journalistic stories for a global audience. In the meantime, you learn all the professional and technical skills you need to become an international journalist. At the end of your studies, (foreign) news and its background will no longer hold any secrets for you. In some of the courses, you will work with students in International Communication Management and International Graphic and Digital Media in interdisciplinary teams, just like in the industry.
On average, you have 23 hours of classes per week. You also do assignments and exercises, prepare for classes, and study. Therefore, expect to invest 45 hours per week in your studies. You can take general and introductory courses in groups or online. For project courses, you work with fellow students in smaller working groups and have more individual contact with the lecturers.
Deadline online application academic year 2023-2024 for EEA students and non-EEA students who don’t need to apply for a student visa is 31 January 2024.
- Full Time
A Flemish diploma of secondary education or a foreign diploma/certificate of secondary education that gives access to higher education in Flanders or abroad (country of origin).
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- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning