By Georgios Terzis
This book is the 1st accomplished listing of the journalism schooling and coaching provided in thirty-three ecu nations. the quantity, geared up through kingdom, discusses the historical past of journalism schooling and contains an research of the entire present college courses and coaching supplied through deepest media corporations in each one situation. moreover, every one part encompasses a thorough exam of the old, political, fiscal and social framework of journalism in each one kingdom that appears in the direction of the way forward for journalism schooling and media in Europe. European Journalism Education should be an asset to students of overseas conversation reviews and to media coverage makers round the world.
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Associations There is no national association for the training of journalists in Ireland. The School of Communications, which delivers journalism courses at DCU, and the School of Media, which delivers journalism courses at DIT, are both institutional members of the International Association for Media and Communication Research. Journalism educators at both institutions are also listed members of the European Communication Research and Education Association, and the chairperson of the Master’s in Journalism course at DCU is currently also Vice-Chair, ECREA Journalism Studies Section.
These include media companies whose internal training schemes are also sometimes available to non-employees. In many instances, these latter examples constitute continuing professional development. 49 European Journalism Education There is not even much consensus over how many institutions are involved in journalism education and training, and there are many overlaps. At the time of writing, the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ), a newspaper body, both accredited 70 courses in 40 institutions – 22 universities, twelve colleges, four commercial organisations and two media companies – and offered its own programme.