Joint ma in international relations and journalism in New york university
Students complete a hybrid program of study consisting of 16 points in International Relations, 22 points in Journalism, and a 2-points internship course in either program. The 22 points in Journalism include a 2-points directed reading for the Master s project.
Online application, Statement of Purpose / Personal Statement, Official Transcripts and Degree Conferral, Academic Records and Proof of Degree, Test scores: GRE, GMAT, IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 90, Letters of recommendation, R sum or curriculum vitae, Financial Documentation.
Broadcast journalist, Editorial assistant, Magazine journalist, Newspaper journalist, Press sub-editor, Publishing copy-editor/proofreader. Diplomat - Maintaining good relations between countries, Intelligence Specialist - Gathering state-critical information, Political Analyst - Explaining the political climate, Lobbyist - Promoting ideas to those who can make them reality, International Lawyer - Representing beyond borders, Communications Specialist in a non-profit.