Amman – Petra
The Jordanian Media Institute has announced that it is offering 50 partial scholarships to those selected for the MA in Journalism and Modern Media program for the upcoming 2022/2023 academic year.
The institute has started accepting applications for 14 batches enrollment and will continue till the end of next June. Those who wish to study and who have a bachelor’s degree from all academic disciplines can apply for the grant, regardless of whether they are Jordanian or Arab.
The institute said in a press release on Monday that the institute’s master’s program includes 33 credit hours and the full track is awarded an academic degree after a full year.
He added that the study program focuses on the practical aspects of journalism and modern media through digital media, mobile journalism and multimedia applied courses, which mimic professional practice through the institute’s modern imaging and recording equipment used in television and radio studios and digital journalism. .
The institute indicated that it has adopted a new study plan starting from 2022-2021, which includes survey and data journalism in addition to other basic issues of media production and editing.
The institute allows its students to build a strong knowledge and cultural foundation through organized workshops and lectures with international trainers, experienced lecturers from various fields and local and foreign media professionals.
It provides training opportunities for students at a number of regional and international media institutions, where 88 percent of its graduates now work in professional media.
The Institute has indicated that applications for admission can be submitted directly to the Institute or electronically through its website (www.jmi.edu.jo). For admission, the student must first have a university degree and have passed the institute’s admission test.
Those interested can view samples of this test, which is available on the Institute’s website.