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  • Initial training
  • 3 years
  • Aix-en-Provence
  • AIMS

    This course combines both lectures and practical application courses specific to the Journalism and Communication specialisations. This course is offered over 3 years, from Licence 3 to Master 2, and is designed to be professional.

  • TARGETED STUDENTS

    Advised prerequisites: Law, Economics, History, Computer Science, Humanities, General Culture

  • ADMISSION CONDITIONS

    Accessible training from a Bac +2 (L2, BTS, DUT) or Master 1 (University, Grandes Ecoles) generalist (law, economics, computer science, literature, etc.) or professional diploma in the communication and/or journalism sector.

  • STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION

    TOTAL NUMBER OF TEACHING WEEKS IN THE COURSE : 70 weeks

    THE SCHEDULE OF TEACHING PERIODS: September/April

  • KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED

    Law on artistic creation and media;

    Law of online public communication services;

    Literary and artistic property law;

    Literary and artistic property law

    Press and digital publishing law

    Audiovisual media services law

    Electronic commerce law;

    Net law

    Net law ;

    Fundamental rights and personal data protection;

    Cultural and film law;

    Culture and film law

    Management and economics of digital universes;

    Communication management

    Management of communication and media

  • PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED

    Organic expression and criticism;

    Related standards ;

    Typography rules ;

    Project management ;

    Communications techniques ;

    Data collection and processing;

    Data management

    Interviewing technique ;

    Audiovisual techniques

    Audiovisual and multi-media techniques;

    The use of a computer

    Use of office automation tools ;

    Use of multi-media editing software;

    The use of multi-media editing software;

    The use of multi-media editing software

  • INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS

    1 month in 1st and 2nd year magistrates - 4 months in 3rd year

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Testimonials

Formation
Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication des Organisations
Promotion
Graduated in 2017
Thibault FRANCESCHET
The Magistère enabled me to discover and learn the fundamentals of the journalistic profession, to discover communication, while deepening my knowledge of law, history and economics, thanks to the common courses with the Bachelor's and Master's degrees in law. These courses are very useful in terms of general culture and allow a better understanding of many subjects when you are a journalist. The whole thing forms a good balance between theory and practice. The Magistère of course gave me my first professional experience through in […] Read more
Formation
Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication des Organisations
Promotion
Graduated in 2017
Thibault FRANCESCHET
The Magistère enabled me to discover and learn the fundamentals of the journalistic profession, to discover communication, while deepening my knowledge of law, history and economics, thanks to the common courses with the Bachelor's and Master's degrees in law. These courses are very useful in terms of general culture and allow a better understanding of many subjects when you are a journalist. The whole thing forms a good balance between theory and practice. The Magistère of course gave me my first professional experience through internships and Synergie missions, which quickly confirmed my desire to become a journalist, especially my first internship at the newspaper La Provence, which allowed me to practice the profession in the field. The number of internships and assignments allows us to have different experiences and therefore to realize what we like the most, in order to make the best choices later on. Today, after two years of work experience at France Télévisions, I have been a freelance journalist for the Franceinfo channel for a year and a half.
Formation
Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication des Organisations
Promotion
Graduated in 2020
David FAHAM
I chose to join the Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication in 2017 because this training was in line with my career path, once I had graduated from the ENS D1 preparation class. These three years have been very formative, thanks to the wide range of courses offered: law, journalism, economics, communication, marketing... But also with the "Synergy" missions specific to the Magistère which allow you to immerse yourself in the professional world once a week. This is a real added value for students who are thus confronted with t […] Read more
Formation
Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication des Organisations
Promotion
Graduated in 2020
David FAHAM
I chose to join the Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication in 2017 because this training was in line with my career path, once I had graduated from the ENS D1 preparation class. These three years have been very formative, thanks to the wide range of courses offered: law, journalism, economics, communication, marketing... But also with the "Synergy" missions specific to the Magistère which allow you to immerse yourself in the professional world once a week. This is a real added value for students who are thus confronted with the realities and constraints of the working world. These missions have taught me how to manage my stress, with public speaking and regular exchanges with professionals, senior civil servants... and event organisation. With other Magisterial students, I was able to organize conferences in the Faculty of Law, where I had to present the speakers. Today, as a Media Officer for the Havas advertising group, I am no longer intimidated by public speaking and everything I have learned is a real strength, especially during presentations to clients.
Formation
Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication des Organisations
Promotion
Graduated in 2019
Megan ARNAUD
My two years at the Magistère enabled me to acquire excellent foundations in both journalism and communication. Today, this is an essential part of my job. Employers and clients alike like to see this "double hat": you have to be very versatile, understand the expectations and needs of journalists, but you also have to know how to write articles and communication materials, as well as being strategic, organized and able to handle pressure. The Magistère gave me a lot of knowledge on these last points as well. The courses and especi […] Read more
Formation
Magistère Droit Journalisme et Communication des Organisations
Promotion
Graduated in 2019
Megan ARNAUD
My two years at the Magistère enabled me to acquire excellent foundations in both journalism and communication. Today, this is an essential part of my job. Employers and clients alike like to see this "double hat": you have to be very versatile, understand the expectations and needs of journalists, but you also have to know how to write articles and communication materials, as well as being strategic, organized and able to handle pressure. The Magistère gave me a lot of knowledge on these last points as well. The courses and especially the time spent in companies/editorial offices gave me a sense of responsibility and made me grow quickly. When I arrived on the job market after my internships, I felt ready and legitimate. I found a job right away. Today, I am a press officer specializing in gastronomy - Chefs & Restaurants / Co-founder of the podcast "Bande de Food".
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