Are you an exceptional student looking for a place to do your postgraduate degree? At the School of Journalism & Media Studies at Rhodes University we have a wide variety of options for you. Come and find your focus with us.
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SARB CEJ Scholarships 2022
The South African Reserve Bank Centre for Economic Journalism has opened the application process for students interested in obtaining the prestigious South African Reserve Bank Scholarships in Economics Journalism.
Students have the option of applying for either:
Bachelor of arts (BA) degree majoring in JMS (a three-year qualification); or
Bachelor of journalism and media studies degree (BJourn) (four years).
What is the difference between the fourth-year degrees we offer?
BJourn 4: This is the final year of the Bachelor of Journalism at Rhodes and it is the natural next step for many third year students. You need to have done your undergrad in JMS at Rhodes (with good marks!) in order to be accepted. BJourn 4 offers a nice mix of theory and practice, with the possibility of choosing between different specialisations.
There are postgraduate degrees and diplomas offered to students who have completed a first degree. These include:
What do I need to apply?
You need a: