Risk Communication & Crisis Journalism

If you want to study risk communication, crisis journalism is the right pathway for you. Combining rich theoretical and case study research literature with a hands on coverage of current crises and emergencies, the pathway explores the best practices in dealing with the issues of risk communication, peace and war, environment, science and public health issues. 

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Two pathways of the MA in Digital Media, Communication and Journalism:

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European Journalism

This pathway, is one of the few globally devoted to the study of the concepts and aspects of European Journalism, understood as an academic and professional area that explores and covers political, economic and social issues explicitly from a ‘European’ rather than a ‘local’ and ‘national’ perspective. It is best suited for anyone that wants to build an expertise regarding Europe and how to best cover it.

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About the School of Journalism and Mass Communications

The School of Journalism and Mass Communications of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki was founded in 1991 with the aim to provide students with theoretical and practical training in journalism, promote research in journalism and the mass communications, as well as uphold the rights and responsibilities of Greek journalists.

The School of Journalism and Mass Communications offers four-year BA Honours degrees (equivalent to 240 ECTS) in a) Journalism, and b) Mass Communications. Operating a fully-fledged and funded internship program, students of both specializations have the opportunity to acquire valuable skills in situ, during a semester long placement in a variety of media organizations (TV and radio stations, newspapers and magazines, web media, advertising and public relations agencies), as well as in press/communication posts in the private and the public sector.
The School’s postgraduate program was inaugurated in 2008, and currently it includes an MA in Journalism and New Media and an MA in Communication and Culture (both lasting 2 years and equivalent to 120 ECTS), as well as a doctoral program (3 years/180 ECTS).

The School’s current student population includes almost 700 undergraduates, 64 postgraduates and 57 Phd candidates. In addition, every year the School receives an average of 15 Erasmus students while, at the same time, it trains scores of mid-career professionals through a wide range of specially designed Lifelong Learning Programs.

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Take a stand, make a difference. Take a master’s degree from a top leading Greek University. 

Get trained in Journalism with hands-on programmes in the craddle of European civilization. Learn to question, investigate, broadcast and share.

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