Joint Master in Journalism and International Affairs (PSIA and School of Journalism)
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Program objectives Launched in September 2011, this program is managed jointly by the Paris School of International Affairs and the Journalism School and leads to a Master’s degree in Journalism and International Affairs. Students complete four academic semesters in Paris and are engaged in the regular activities of both schools at Sciences Po. Main orientations and speciﬁc features Course of studies at Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po Students in the Master in Journalism and International Affairs will specialise in one of the following 7 ﬁelds of international affairs offered by PSIA: • International Security, International Public Management, International Economic Policy, Environmental Policy, International Energy, International Development, and Human Rights and Humanitarian Action They will also select one regional concentration to complete at PSIA: • African Studies, China and East Asian Studies, European Studies, Latin American Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, North American Studies, Russian Studies, South and Central Asian Studies For the PSIA component of the dual degree, students must complete: • 2 fundamental courses - Sciences Po offre commune • 1 skills courses • 7 courses in their PSIA Master • 3 courses in their regional concentration • 3 language courses Course of study at Sciences Po Journalism School The Sciences Po School of Journalism offers workshops taught by current journalists on various types of media (digital journalism, print press, video and TV), and intensive editorial projects bootcamps during which students produce information and experience working in a real newsroom. Students will also have 10 weeks of internships each year to complete in various newsrooms. It can be done during the summer or during the winter break. At the end of their studies, they will complete a capstone project for the Journalism School.