A bachelor’s degree is earned through an undergraduate educational program that can take about three to four years to complete, provided students can attend school full-time. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned on campus or online, depending on the school, which is ideal for students with busy lives.
The art of researching, interviewing and reporting news through media channels can be found in journalism studies. This can include television, radio, web, newspapers, magazines and public relations programs. Journalists often learn to report hard news (such as crime and politics) and soft news (such as fashion and lifestyle).
The degree aims to train francophone students the basic principles of journalism, providing a suitable and usable teaching in the professional context of their country.
With the support of the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF), the School of Journalism of Lille (ESJ Lille) and the University of Lille 3 offer licensed professional multimedia journalism remotely. The degree aims to train francophone students the basic principles of journalism, providing a suitable and usable teaching in the professional context of their country.
The license will allow students to take the reporter functions in a media company.
The license for Francophones residing in the South and holds a tray 2 or an advanced degree - on the date of the school year following the selection. There is no age requirement.
The license lasts 12 months and takes place mainly on the distance learning platform ESJ Lille. Two groups are organized for teaching-face....