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Joint master in journalism and international affairs in Paris institute of political studies

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The Joint Master in Journalism and International Affairs reinforces the complementary approaches of International education and practical apprenticeship of Journalism. The four-semester Joint Master program is one of a kind among European schools. Esteemed international scholars, leaders in international Affairs, and renowned professionals from the media combine a wide and varied curriculum. Designed for students who are interested both in Journalism and International Affairs, the Joint Master programme requires the completion of courses in the PSIA curriculum and in the Journalism curriculum.

Candidates must be proficient in English, with a minimum level of C1, Good knowledge of international and diplomatic issues, good knowledge of the news and the media , Excellent academic records , International experience , nternship or professional experience (School of Journalism requirement), a scanned copy of your updated CV/Resume, a scanned copy of your transcript from your undergraduate degree, three letters of recommendation (2 academic references + 1 professional reference), links to audio and video clips or Word/scanned document of articles/stories (optional), IELTS 7.0, TOEFL ibt 100.

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