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Journalism School

Journalism School immediately immerses its students in their chosen profession through a study programme conducted under newsroom conditions. Right from the start of the Master’s programme, students live the life of a journalist while being encouraged to reflect on the raison d’être of their profession, its development through history and its daily impact.

the school in brief

Masters programmes

Dual degrees

Double diplôme Columbia / Sciences Po

Journalism School in video

The school presentation

Campus Chanel Video 

Masters day 2019

Testimonies of reporters

where do graduates work?

Destinations by sectors

32% Digital journalism
(news sites, news start-ups, pure players)
28% Multimedia and TV journalism
(television, audiovisual production, online videos)
10% Agency journalism
(AFP, Bloomberg, Reuters)
9% Print media
8% Radio
14% Other (start ups, studies)


Journalist - Reporter - Local affairs correspondent - Video
journalist - Presenter - Editor - Producer

learn more

On the School of Journalism website


Aurore LE GRIX DE LA SALLE, Academic manager

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