Bachelor européen

European Bachelor’s in Journalism

Educational level: BACHELOR EUROPEEN
Areas of excellence: commerce - marketing - communication - médias

In a highly connected environment in which everyone plays a role in spreading information, contemporary media outlets need professionals capable of identifying correct information and communicating in line with ethical codes and regulations.

A large amount of information posted on the Internet, particularly on social media, cannot be checked. As a result, media outlets and other organisations must rely on expert journalists who can effectively advance objective and honest points of view. Media actors need a vast general knowledge and the ability to communicate trustworthy information reliably. Excellent writing skills and critical thinking are also essential if journalists are to provide credible information and safeguard the legitimacy of the publications they represent.

  • Journalist
  • Freelance Journalist
  • Editorial Secretary
  • Assistant Editor
  • Online Content Writer
  • Reporter
  • Media Manager
  • Writer
  • Gather, check and process information on a given subject so as to communicate with due respect for professional ethics, media regulations and the goals of a given outlet
  • Search for, collect, process and verify information
  • Present information using text or images appropriate to the subject, context and audience
  • Adjust output to a given medium (press, internet, TV, radio etc.)
  • Be familiar with the regulations and ethical codes governing the profession
  • Reflect on the nature and responsibilities attached to the role of journalists
  1. Basic Writing Techniques and Information Culture
  2. Journalism as a Profession and How the Media Function
  3. Discourse and Image Analysis and Introduction to the Digital Press