MSc International Journalism
Our MSc International Journalism stands enables you to tailor your studies by choosing a practice- or theory-led route depending on your career ambitions.
- Award Masters / MSc, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate
- Start date February
- Duration MSc full-time: 12 months, MSc part-time: 27 months
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based, Stand-alone modules
Our Masters course in International Journalism introduces students from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds to the theory and practice of journalism in a global context. The course is internationally-focused and deals with the practice of journalism across different media, cultural and regulatory environments.
With a combination of practice and theory, the MSc International Journalism at Stirling enables you to tailor your studies by choosing a practice- or theory-led route depending on your interests and career ambitions.
The course is provided by our Division of Communications, Media and Culture, which has a strong international profile, and builds on our existing strengths in teaching and research. In journalism alone, the Division has staff from South Africa, Venezuela, Pakistan, China and Ireland, as well as the UK.
On the MSc International Journalism you will:
- develop advanced research and analysis skills
- acquire advanced skills in writing news stories, features and blogs
- understand style and its relationship to content
- develop skills to publish news content across multiple media
- gain audio and video production skills
- understand the cultural, social and political significance of journalism
- understand transnational practices in the cultural, social, economic and political realms
- understand the different legal, cultural and political contexts in which they might have to operate
If you’re interested in studying a module from this course, the Postgraduate Certificate or the Postgraduate Diploma then please email Graduate Admissions to discuss your course of study.
The Stirling Media Research Institute is an internationally recognised centre for media research and is the research arm of the Division of Communication, Media and Culture. The Institute has national and international research expertise across the humanities and social sciences and hosts the University’s research cluster in Digital Cultures as well as contributing members of other research clusters across the University.
Members of the Institute are actively involved in a range of international networks and maintain strong links with the media and communications industries, policy makers and other media-related stakeholders.