Journalism diploma course

The six-month journalism orientation course is open to university graduates and active writers working in the media, as well as those interested in working in the media in the future. Provides an understanding of modern journalism trends, the basics of journalism, and the types of journalistic writing, and teaches participants how to write for themselves, critique, edit, improve, and analyze other people’s material. An average of 20-25 students a year graduate with a degree in modern journalism theory and practice. In total, more than 400 students from both urban and rural areas have graduated from the 24-year FGD, and about 80 percent of them are productive in the media.