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GEJI in Copenhagen

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Special GEJI reports:

BEYOND KYOTO - 25 international students covering a scientific conference, March 2009.
PLASTIC BAGS - students around the world exploring plastic bag usage, March-June 2009.


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Journalism students have access to a vast range of electives from the Arts Faculty and other parts of Australia’s largest university and can create a degree that suits their own interests and aspirations.

Monash Journalism is an exciting place to be, both for students who want a career in journalism, and for those who are still deciding their futures but want excellent research and communication skills.Read about us here.


A completely new program:

From 2010 Monash Journalism will be offering a completely new undergraduate program with two interfacing streams in Journalism Practice and Journalism Studies.

With the largest undergraduate Journalism program in Australia, Monash Journalism has the economies of scale to offer the most comprehensive range of electives.

The first year Journalism Practice program is focussed on news reporting and students take four modules – one each in print, online, video and radio.

In second year students extend into current affairs and feature formats, specialising in at least two media.

In third year students choose at least two specialisations from

  • economic reporting,
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and produce their journalism in their media of choice.

In the Journalism Studies stream, there are three core subjects:

  • News and Power,
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and three electives available -

  • Journalism and Social Research,
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  • Journalism: City and Country.

There is a fourth year Honours program where students produce a major work for their portfolio and a scholarly dissertation.

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