Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism
- 学费：$28,380 NZD Per Year
- News writing: Write a variety of news stories to publishable standard.
- Feature writing: Write features and other specialist forms of journalism.
- Interviewing: Practise the skills of successful and informative interviewing.
- Photography: Learn the techniques of producing quality news photos with digital cameras.
- Radio and TV reporting: Prepare a variety of news stories to broadcast standard.
- Web-based journalism: Learn to prepare online news items (including text, links, audio and video).
- Media law: Learn media law and the proper procedure for court and local authority reporting.
- Media ethics: Consider the big ethical issues that confront journalists.
- Shorthand: Reach industry-required speed and accuracy levels for shorthand.
- New media: Critically reflecting on new media practices including the use of social media.
- Work experience: Gain industry experience through several weeks' work placement at media organisations.
- IELTS score of 7.0 in every band. Only IELTS is acceptable
- 授课校区：Wellington Campus
Join the elite.
Gain a qualification of top international-standing with strong practical industry skills. It is the only journalism programme in Australia or New Zealand accredited by US organisation the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
What is it Like?
The Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism is the qualification that you need to become a journalist. It is a one-year full-time course, blending the theory with practical, relevant skills. This internationally recognised degree is based on leading overseas journalism qualifications and will build a firm foundation for an exciting career in print journalism, broadcasting and other media-related areas.
Practical, relevant experience, while you study
On-the-job experience is a key component of the qualification, giving you relevant experience sought after by employers.
In the second half of the year, you will spend time working at a media organisation, which may include newspapers, magazines, radio and television stations, or web-based news organisations. You will then do a full-time work placement at a media organisation. This could be anywhere in the country, including major dailies, provincial newspapers, magazines, internet news organisations, radio and television stations.
Close connections with industry
The Massey journalism programme enjoys a close working relationship with the country’s leading newspapers, news websites, radio stations and television stations. Wellington’s Dominion Post newspaper, for instance, has hired many of our graduates, hosts our students on work experience and funds prizes, such as the Alex Veysey Memorial Prize, for our top students.
Learn the vital skills of journalism
At Massey University, you will learn the vital industry skills to be a successful journalist in our modern society. You will learn news reporting, web-based reporting, feature writing, sports reporting, radio and television reporting, shorthand, etc. These are all the skills journalism workplaces expect of their new recruits. It is no wonder the programme boasts an effectively 100 per cent employment rate.
In this postgraduate diploma you will gain skills in:
Upon completion, you may choose to continue with a six-month in-depth project to complete a Master of Journalism qualification.
Graduates of our programme have gone on to work at New Zealand's top newspapers, magazines, radio and television stations, as well as at the BBC, CNN, SBS in Australia and countless overseas newspapers and magazines. One of our graduates, Alison McCulloch, was part of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize in journalism for its coverage of the Columbine killings
Admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism (120 credits) is open to candidates who have completed a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, with at least a B grade average in the 300-level majoring courses or equivalent.
English language requirements:
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