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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
International experts visited ZNU for peer-review within DESTIN Project of the EU Program Erasmus+

International experts visited ZNU for peer-review within DESTIN Project of the EU Program Erasmus+

On March 10, within the framework of implementing the international project DESTIN of the European Union Erasmus + program, its experts held a two-day working visit to ZNU (ZNU, Zaporizhzhia National University). The President of European Journalism Training Association, Professor of Windesheim University (Netherlands) Nico Drok, a journalist, media expert, lecturer at the Fojo Media Institute of Linnaeus University (Sweden) Veronika Menjoun, expert on quality of education (World University Service, Austria) Marc Schwärzli, Iryna Kondratenko (Hromadske Radio, Kyiv) and Konstantin Kovalyshin (Ukrainian Students' Association, Kyiv) met with representatives of the university administration. They also met the curriculum development team at the Faculty of Journalism, its alumni, undergraduate and graduate students, got acquainted with the material and technical resources of the faculty and the university as a whole.

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11.03.2020 14:55
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