The School of Advanced Journalism Announces the Start of the Second Stage of Admission for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
Are you a university graduate specialized in law, economy, philology, polytechnic, medicine, journalism or political science? Or, maybe, you studied theater, but now you see that you would like to act on another "stage", in the media? Besides, you are curious, persistent, and caring about what's going on around you? If the answer is “Yes!”, then don’t hesitate – put your papers together and come to the School of Advanced Journalism!
We will not automatically turn you into a TV star; instead, we will show you how to actually build a successful career in journalism. In ten months of study, we will show you how to write the most interesting and accurate news, reveal to you the secrets of the most viewed TV report, and teach you how to make the most colorful report for the radio. You will shoot, edit, photograph and, last but not least, do fieldwork. You will master the standards and practices of modern Western journalism and how they can be applied in our media.
You will work together and next to the best journalists and media experts from Moldova and from abroad, who will share their professional experience: Vasile Botnaru, Liliana Barbarosie, Diana Raileanu, Alina Turcanu, Tatiana Etco (all from the team of Radio Free Europe), Petru Macovei (Association of Independent Press), Alina Radu (“Ziarul de Garda” newspaper), Elena Robu (PRO TV Chisinau), Liliana Nicolae (Radio “Europa FM”, Bucharest), Nadine Gogu, Ina Grejdeanu, Cristina Mogildea (Independent Journalism Center), Dorin Scobioala (Reuters TV and “Antena 3”), Anatol Golea (RTR Moldova), Lilia Curchi (“Natura” magazine), Dumitru Ciorici (www.agora.md), freelancers Ludmila Andronic, Oxana Iutes, Nicolae Pojoga, Angela Ivanesi, Andrei Cibotaru and many others.
From them, you will learn what news, interview, radio and television reports are and how to make them. You will write materials on political, economic and social topics and conduct your own journalistic investigation. You will learn how to lay out a newspaper, how to edit radio news and television reports. You will learn all about photography and the specifics of a magazine. You will learn to correctly use various multimedia tools. And, to be an honest and fair journalist, you will have a course of media law and journalistic ethics.
If you are intrigued, hurry up to become a part of the twelfth class of graduates! Applications can be submitted by July 7, 2017, at 17:00, and they shall include:
- Form (download)
- Motivation Letter
- Essay on a free topic/published article (if any)
- A copy of the of higher education diploma
- A copy of the identity card
Applications shall be submitted to the SAJ office (49/4 Tighina Street, 3rd floor), or e-mailed at: vmarinATscoaladejurnalismDOTmd (*replace AT with “@” and DOT with “.”)
For details, please contact: Veronica Marin – tel.: 022.92.94.40; 079909414.
We guarantee the quality of studies, and your success is our priority!