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Journalism, Media & Communications courses

Are you fascinated by making sense of the immediate workings of our world? Does modern culture intrigue you? Journalism, media and communications could be for you because they are critical components of our lives, helping us understand the world and how we feel about the events happening around us. 

9 courses available
by Kenya Institute of Management - KIM
KSh52000 Total

Starts on: 16/10/2018

Nairobi
60 hours
Course
On Campus

by Amref Health Africa
KSh52000
Nairobi
1 weeks
Course
On Campus

by Kabarak University
Nakuru
Course
Online

by Mammoth Consulting Africa
KSh5000 Total
Nairobi
3 weeks
Course
Online

by Mammoth Consulting Africa
KSh7500 Total
Nairobi
3 weeks
Course
Online

by Mammoth Consulting Africa
KSh5000 Total
Nairobi
3 weeks
Course
Online

by Mammoth Consulting Africa
KSh6500 Total
Nairobi
3 weeks
Course
Online

by Institute of Professional Security Studies - IPSS
Nairobi
1 weeks
Course
Online and On Campus

by Webbs Institute
KSh24000 Total
Nairobi
4 months
Course
On Campus

Does studying journalism, media and communication limit your career path?

These are vibrant fields to study and work in because they have a strong research focus, involve constantly evolving academic and theoretical perspectives, and there’s a host of practical knowledge and skills to put into practice.

Careers in journalism, media and communication are highly stimulating because you’ll always be learning about new developments in culture, literature and current affairs. If you’re a people’s person you might enjoy a career in one these spheres since jobs tend to involve working closely with other people.

Does studying journalism, media and communication limit your career path? On the contrary, written and verbal communication skills are among the top competencies sought after by employers in many industries.

What types of jobs could you get with a qualification in journalism, media or communications? You could work in commercial and non-governmental organisations, as well as find a creative job in marketing, advertising, content management or PR. 

Journalism, media and communications provide critical insights, which are key to driving and shifting opinions, which means that you’ll be playing a useful role in designing our social world. 

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Does studying journalism, media and communication limit your career path?

These are vibrant fields to study and work in because they have a strong research focus, involve constantly evolving academic and theoretical perspectives, and there’s a host of practical knowledge and skills to put into practice.

Careers in journalism, media and communication are highly stimulating because you’ll always be learning about new developments in culture, literature and current affairs. If you’re a people’s person you might enjoy a career in one these spheres since jobs tend to involve working closely with other people.

Does studying journalism, media and communication limit your career path? On the contrary, written and verbal communication skills are among the top competencies sought after by employers in many industries.

What types of jobs could you get with a qualification in journalism, media or communications? You could work in commercial and non-governmental organisations, as well as find a creative job in marketing, advertising, content management or PR. 

Journalism, media and communications provide critical insights, which are key to driving and shifting opinions, which means that you’ll be playing a useful role in designing our social world. 

Career options and possible career trajectory

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LayersSocial Media Manager
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Recommended Competencies

  • Research skills
  • Good reading and writing
  • Planning skills
  • Time management
  • Good interpretation skills

Skills to learn next

  • Arts
  • Design