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.
There is no more important job than journalism. It plays a crucial role by scrutinising and holding to account those in power and with influence; it exposes corruption and sheds light on systemic failings. Its essence is in finding the truth and telling the story, whether in politics, fashion, sport … The field of interest is as irrelevant to the quality of the journalism as the medium through which the story is told.
As a Monash Journalism graduate, you will inform and shape the future. The only question is: What is the world you would like to create?
International Relevance and Practical Experience
As a student in Monash’s Master of Journalism program, you will have the opportunity to engage with industry and participate in study tours and field schools both in Australia and overseas.
All students can apply for funding to attend international field schools via Monash Abroad.
How to Study
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To expand your skills in two key areas, students have the option of studying a double masters program. While studying in a Master of Journalism, you can also complete a Master of International Relations. Learn more
Click here for information about fees and entry requirements for the double Masters.
Information about the double Masters with Warwick University will be available soon. This new double degree will allow you to undertake a Master of Journalism with Monash, and a second Masters degree with Warwick’s Politics and International Studies Department. The degree will be available to Warwick students in 2015, and to Australian students in 2016.
Click here for fees and entry requirements for domestic and international students.
Click here for Scholarships and Funding information for domestic and international students.
See Fees and Entry Requirements (above) for English language requirements for this course.
Visit English language requirements for information on:
- English language proficiency tests – what is required and how to arrange testing
- The Monash University English Language Centre as a pathway for students who need help to meet the minimum English language requirements
See Fees and Entry Requirements (above) for a link through to study length options available for this course.
Depending on your qualification background and study goals, most of our Masters programs are available in three versions:
- 96 points - Duration: 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time
- 72 points - Duration: 1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
- 48 points - Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Full-time and part-time study options
Domestic students can reduce the number of units they study each semester by choosing to enrol part-time. If you choose to study part-time, be aware that:
- Night classes may not be available for all units.
- This option is not available to international students.
A small number of CSP places are available for some of our Masters programs. Refer to Fees and Entry Requirements (above) to check availability of CSP places for this course. Where places are available we automatically assess all eligible applicants before semester one and two for this award. High-achieving students should ensure they apply before the advertised deadline for the relevant intake to be ranked for potential selection. Applications received after the deadline may be accepted for a full-fee place, however will not be considered for a Commonwealth Supported place.
We consider you an international student if you are not:
- an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or
- an Australian permanent resident.
Note: We consider Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents as domestic students.
Our postgraduate courses are designed to meet the needs of students who have recently finished their degrees, individuals entering the industry for the first time or current industry professionals looking at furthering their career opportunities.
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For course specific information, please contact the Program Director: Associate Professor Philip Chubb
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