Education and training over three terms in the ACJ’s Print Media stream are designed to equip students with wide-ranging skills to perform confidently in today’s technology-driven industry, be it print, digital or media neutral newsrooms where senior journalists process news
New media students of the ACJ are prepared to spearhead change in emerging digital journalism tools and continuously evolving integrated newsroom practices, particularly in the South Asian context.
Students are introduced to a curriculum that is on
ACJ’s comprehensive Broadcast Journalism programme is tailored to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving multi-platform, convergent news ecosystem. The programme is designed to meet the dynamic requirements of
• Mainstream news broadcasting,
One of the strengths of the Asian College of Journalism is the flexibility in updating curriculum periodically in response to the swift changes in the media industry and practice. Over the years, the college has made changes in the curricula of the Print, New Media and Broadcast,
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