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Journalism Faculty invites graduates with Bachelor’s degrees to apply for updated Master’s Program

Journalism Faculty invites graduates with Bachelor’s degrees to apply for updated Master’s Program

Closer to the graduation, any Bachelor’s student of the Faculty of Journalism of ZNU (Zaporizhzhia National University) surely asks himself or herself: what is next, where should I study, and whether it is worth it, after all? All these issues, directly or indirectly, relate to a Master's degree. Despite the fact that the history of the Master's level education in Ukraine is more than 20 years old, not everyone still has a clear idea of its pros and cons.

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01.06.2020 14:57
European experts approved updated ZNU study programs in Journalism

European experts approved updated ZNU study programs in Journalism

ZNU Journalism Faculty received a positive peer-review report from the DESTIN project panel, who peer-reviewed the updated BA and MA Journalism study programs in March. The peer-review visit was a planned step of realization of three-year Erasmus+ KA2 project DESTIN – Journalism Education for Democracy in Ukraine: Developing Standards, Integrity and Professionalism.

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26.05.2020 11:59
ZNU joined the modernization of educational programs in journalism of the project DESTIN Erasmus+

ZNU joined the modernization of educational programs in journalism of the project DESTIN Erasmus+

From 13 to 17 May, representatives of the Faculty of Journalism of ZNU took part in a large-scale conference of the DESTIN project of the European Union Erasmus + program. For five days at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, participants in a consortium of 20 partner universities in Ukraine and Europe (Great Britain, Austria, Ireland, Poland and Sweden) discussed the key points of the project. The dean of the Faculty of Journalism, Viktor Kostiuk, the head of the Journalism Department, Yuliia Liubchenko, and Kateryna Sirinok-Dolharova, Deputy Dean for International Affairs joined the discussion.

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20.05.2019 13:10
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