It will take place next October and will last two years. The registration fee amounts to € 15,000

It was published on the competition for admission to the Master in Journalism 20 students for the years 2006/2008 to be held from 30 October 2006 until October 2008. The Master, sponsored by Corp of Turin , will have as its goal the training of highly qualified experts with knowledge, skills and methodological tools to work properly in the various sectors of the profession of journalism (print, radio, TV, internet) and in the press offices public and private according to the law 150/2000 . The Master also replaces the practicum and prepares to target its participants to take and pass the State exam that allows entry to the list of professionals, allowing you to tackle the first step and not easy to enter the profession. During the workshops will be carried out by the students, under the supervision of expert tutors, a news paper.

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RECIPIENTS AND SELECTION

Applicants must be in possession of a bachelor’s degree (three years, the old system or specialized), obtained by July 31, 2006, or other equivalent qualification obtained abroad (whose suitability will be assessed by the Selection Committee unquestionably). The age of the candidates should not be more than 35 years after the expiry of the applications. The maximum number of students is expected 20. The selection is based on analysis of the curriculum, written test and interview aptitude and motivation. For other elements of evaluation, see the admission notice.

COSTS AND REGISTRATION

Registrations expire on September 4. The registration fee of 15,000 Euro plus tuition fees established by the annual regulation. If the new edition will get approval and ESF funding and contributions required, the fee charged to the student will certainly not more than $ 10,000 for tuition. Sona already confirmed 10 Scholarships of the Companion of San Paolo and 2 scholarships of the Association of Journalists of Piedmont. There will also be scope for further reductions in the amount charged to the student account of any other scholarships available.