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The one‐year Master's programme in investigative journalism (MIJ) provides a rich understanding of investigative journalism as a democratic phenomenon, plus the skills to conceive, design, conduct, deliver and publish effective journalistic investigations in today’s digital media environments.

For more information about the programme, admission, the department etc, please visit the JMG website.

Message from Elanie Steyn, University of Oklahoma.

Big part of the success of the WJEC conference is getting reviewers to review paper abstracts and help us identify the best papers to be presented at the conference.  As we are approaching the submission deadline, we need your help in distributing to your members the request for reviewers to volunteer for this process.
Please direct them to follow the following instructions if they are volunteering to help us with this:

- by going to the link in parentheses reviewers will go to the home page under "call for abstracts;"
- there they will click on “Abstract Reviewer;”
- they should then register to be a reviewer by filling out the short reviewer signup sheet that tells us more of what their areas of expertise are, so we can assign them to the proper paper abstracts.

Please encourage your members to sign up and help us with this process.

If they (or you) have any questions, please feel free to contact me:

Please check the conference website to find information about the programme (speakers, schedule) and the venue.

We are looking forward to welcome you in Milan in 3 weeks!


The Forum for European Journalism Students (FEJS) International kindly invites students from EJTA members to the 2015 General Assembly (GA) in Porto, Portugal. The GA will take place from the 8th to the 12th of October. 
The event is aimed at European students of journalism, media and communication, as well as young professionals. The purpose of FEJS is to create a network and platform for young journalists to meet, discuss and learn. For more information on the General Assembly and on FEJS in general, check the FEJS website.


The fourth World Journalism Education Congress will be held at the Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand between July 14 and 16, 2016 . It follows the successful third congress held in Mechelen, Belgium, in July 2013. The theme of the conference is: “Identity and Integrity in Journalism Education”.  The WJEC is inviting academic paper abstracts related to the wider issue of journalism education for presentation as refereed research papers at the conference.

Our colleagues in Milan are organizing the conference Narrative Journalism and Storytelling on Digital Platforms, that is aimed at teachers from EJTA-members. Please have a look at the conference website and let your teachers register as soon as possible.


You can still submit your abstracts for the second edition of the Prague Media Point conference series called Populism, authoritarianism, and the media: The age of mediocracy and mediacracy, which will take place on November 12-14, 2015. It will feature panel and poster presentations focused on examining the transformation of media in an age of information being used and abused by authoritarian rulers. For extra information and updates on speakers please follow the conference website. You can also follow the conference on Facebook and Twitter at #PragueMediaPoint.

check out our new EJTA TV channel on Youtube !

EJTA is deeply shocked to hear of the death of Evert van Voorst from Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands.
Evert played an active role during many of our VNOJ and EJTA meetings and is known to us as a valuable journalist with a warm personality.

He will be missed.

Our thoughts are with his colleagues, family and friends.

Our EJTA student team has updated our Wikipedia-pages, in Dutch, French and English.
Go and have a look!