Investigative Journalism MA
Candidates should normally: Have the equivalent of a British honours degree (2:1 minimum)
An excellent standard of English (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent for international applicants).
Be able to demonstrate a commitment to a career in journalism through involvement in student media, online blogging or broadcast
Be able to demonstrate relevant knowledge and awareness of current affairs, and also a minimum of one week’s work experience in a professional newsroom.
Exceptionally, applications may be accepted from non-graduates.
All candidates must complete a written application that will form the basis for selection at interview.
- All students are required to make a pre-payment of £4,000 towards their course fee when accepting an unconditional offer from DMU.
Prepare the following documents:
- A copy of the student`s qualifications
- A copy of the student`s English language certificate
- A personal statement of at least 500 words explaining why the student wants to study chosen course at DMU and any additional information that will support application
- A copy of the student`s passport
- Two references for postgraduate study