Are you curious and love learning new things about people, places and things? Do you read newspapers and follow local, national and international current events? Can you work under pressure and meet important deadlines? Are you an effective communicator with strong writing skills? If you have answered yes to these questions you may have what it takes to be a journalist.
Journalists research and report on news and information for newspapers, magazines, television and the Internet. Journalism is a dynamic career with a variety of exciting fields including Current Events, Columns, Sports, Fashion, Travel and Entertainment. As well, many companies hire trained journalists to work in Communications, Media and Public Relations departments.
Canadian institutions offer exceptional journalism training. Whether you are interested in learning how to be a print journalist, TV reporter or Web reporter, or whether you want to earn a Diploma, Bachelor or Masterís degree, there is an institution and a program just right for you. Studying journalism in Canada will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge you will need to be successful globally.
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