How do I decide which journalism school is right for me?

 

There are hundreds of journalism schools all around the world. Among all of these, how do I choose the school which is best for me?

At the bottom line, you should ask yourself three key questions:

1. The first aspect is the à local accessibility: Is the school close to where I live or is it a distance learning or online school? All other schools drop out.

2. What is the reputation of the journalism school? This relates to issues such as the à international certification of the school and the à reputation of the docents.

3. What about all the practical issues related to studying that I will have to deal with on a daily basis? This relates to issues such as the à flexibility in terms of time, the à didactic quality of teaching, the à number of course modules I can choose from, the à customer orientation and the à tuition fees.

 

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