American University of Central Asia - AUCA - Master in JMC
Masters in JMC

Master's Program in Journalism offers many opportunities for media professionals, academic researchers, educators, and recent graduates to expand their education and training within mass communication field. The courses offered cultivate strong research, analytical and multimedia skills that prove advantegous to the media professionals as well as to those interested in continuing their education at the doctoral level. The program also enables students whose undergraduate major may not have been mass communication to gain a skills and theory base for mass communications career. 

Our curriculum is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed for modern journalists to tell stories across all platforms in a converged news environment. Master's Program in Journalism opens up a worldwide network of media professionals for journalists, valuable information and knowledge in the field of journalism in English, opportunities for practicing at various leading world media and for professional development at international seminars, trainings and workshops for journalists, as well as to receive grants and scholarships for research projects and investigative journalism, access to free online courses in journalism, etc.

Masters in Journalism and Mass Communications at AUCA is looking for the leaders of the next generation of journalists – strongly motivated individuals with reverence for truth, a hunger to discover and to inform, a deep regard for thorough analysis and an ardent embrace of civic engagement.

List of documents needed for admission:

1) Application form for admission to AUCA;

2) Statement of Academic Achievement (transcript);

3) Resume;

4) Motivational Letter;

5) Two Letters of Recommendation;

6) English Proficiency Test (minimum requirement is 480) or TOEFL certificate (74 points) or IELTS (minimum score is 6.0)

7) Medical documents (Room #T16)


Our students projects:

«Crack. Why do children in Kyrgyzstan study in extreme conditions» published by Azattyk / Radio Free Europe (Kyrgyz branch)

«The most difficult lesson. How graduates of orphanages in Karaganda cannot adapt to real life» published by Cabar.Asia

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