Students accepted for the MA programme in Journalism must hold a BA in any chosen field of study. The undergraduate degree does not have to include courses in journalism or mass communication.
A selection board made up of experienced journalists and educators will select the candidates based on the following criteria:
• Work Experience
• Academic record
• English and Albanian or Serbian proficiency
• Interests and hobbies
• Understanding of journalism as a career
• Referees and the referees evaluation
Prospective students can download application form here and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, the applicant must submit his/her academic credentials (at least a BA degree, or equivalent) a CV containing information on previous work experience, and a short essay (minimum 800 words) in English on the candidate’s evaluation of herself/himself and what motivates him/her to become a journalist.
KIJAC is a registered non-profit organization offering high quality academic programmes in journalism and communication. Students are however required to pay a fee of 1000 Euros per academic year.
Obligatory reading material
KIJAC students can borrow or buy the obligatory reading material (books, compendiums, etc.) from the KIJAC.