Welcome to the Master of Journalism with Warwick University

For those seeking a career in political and international journalism, this course is both an entry-level qualification and a mid-career course for working journalists seeking to extend their expertise, refresh the intellectual basis of their practice, and to enter the global market with a strong disciplinary grounding in Journalism as well as Politics and International Studies.

 It has a national and international orientation designed to optimise the contribution graduates will make to their profession using a full range of media technologies.  The course is well suited for those aspiring to a career as a foreign correspondent.

About the double degree

The Master of Journalism (Double Masters with Warwick) is a double degree and will involve the student studying for two and a half-years full time.

Students will take the taught component of the Monash Master in Journalism and the taught component of one of the nine available Warwick Political and International Studies (PAIS) Master in Arts (MA) Degrees.

The Program will conclude with a joint dissertation (to be taken at either Monash or Warwick) with a supervisor from Monash and Warwick.

Upon successful completion, students will receive a Master of Journalism award from Monash and a Master of Arts in Politics and International Studies from Warwick.

Our degrees

Politics and International Studies at Warwick

Students will study in the taught component of one of the nine available Warwick Political and International Studies (PAIS) Master in Arts (MA) Degrees in:

  • International Relations
  • International Security
  • International Political Economy
  • Public Policy
  • International Politics and East Asia
  • International Politics and Europe
  • International Development
  • United States Foreign Policy
  • Political and Legal Theory

(The MA in Research and Politics and International Studies will not be available to Double MA students.)

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Master of Journalism at Monash

The graduate Journalism program provides you with the opportunity to work with award-winning journalists and academics with strong industry links, as they cultivate high-level skills in research and reporting across all media – print, online, radio and video – and explore the role of the media in contemporary society.

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How to study

Information on how to study, course information and the structure of this degree is now available in the Monash University Handbook. 

Information on entry requirements, fees and scholarships will be available soon.

The Monash Warwick Alliance

Formed in early 2012, the Monash Warwick Alliance represents an innovation in higher education and research and aims to accelerate the exchange of people, ideas and information between Monash and Warwick Universities.