- Initial training
- 3 years
Within the Faculty of Law and Political Science of Aix-en-Provence, the Magistère Law, Journalism and Communication is a three-year training course and accessible to students holding a L2 (Licence 2).
This excellent training, from Licence 3 to Master 2, has trained generations of lawyers specialised in journalism and communication.
The Magistère Law, Journalism and Communication is a complete and truly professionalizing course: it complements the training of lawyers provided by the Faculty of Law and Political Science with specific and practical teaching. This is an asset that favours the professional integration of students. Indeed, the Magistère offers a triple competence (law, journalism and communication) which is very much appreciated by media and communication professionals. In addition, this training offers a solid international outlook, concretised by intensive English courses and the possibility to carry out internships abroad.
The programme of studies is based on the following principles
The curriculum, teaching methods, course content and lecturers are constantly being adapted to meet the requirements of communication and journalism-oriented law and the challenges of the digital world.
The first year of the Magistère Droit, Journalisme et Communication is accessible to students having validated 120 ECTS (L2 Droit, classes préparatoires aux grandes és). The second year is accessible to students having validated 180 ECTS (L3 or equivalent). Direct access to Master 2 is also authorised, depending on the student's file.
This course is designed for students who have completed 180 ECTS (L3 or equivalent).
This course is aimed at students who have demonstrated their general culture and their interest in legal issues. But also their quality of written and oral expression, their capacity to work and their interest in current affairs.
Entry to the Law, Journalism and Communication Magistrate is open to all.
An interview allows a jury to evaluate the motivation and knowledge of the candidates (quality of the previous law curriculum in particular, general and legal culture, knowledge of current events, professional experience or internships, personal skills). This method of selection guarantees the quality of the Magistrate's promotions.
Direct entry into the second year (M1) or the third year (M2) is possible within the limits of available places. This direct entry is also subject to a selection interview which is conducted before a jury from the teaching staff. Admission to the Master's programme is based on a coherent academic record.
STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION
Fully integrated within the Faculty of Law and Political Science (FDSP), the Law, Journalism and Communication Magistrate has its own premises (located on the ground floor of the René Cassin building, avenue Schuman, in the heart of the city;It has its own premises (located on the ground floor of the Renacute; Cassin building, avenue Schuman, in the heart of the FDSP campus), the necessary equipment for professional practice and a dedicated secretariat.
The Magistère relies on its pedagogical team, comprising academics (lawyers, economists, literary scholars, info-com...) and numerous professionals (journalists, communicators, web masters...) who share their experiences and know-how with the students.
The Magistère is directed by two academics (Professor Dominique Augey and Gil Charbonnier, HDR lecturer) and two professionals (Damien Frossard and Séverine Battesti-Pardini, journalists and associated lecturers).
Life at the Magistère Droit, Journalisme et Communication also relies on the dynamism of the Students' Office. The alumni network is very active and offers internships, Synergie missions in companies and institutions, and, finally, professional opportunities.
Website of the Magistère Law, Journalism and Communication : www.magisteredjc.fr
Address: Magistère Law, Journalism and Communication
Bâtiment René Cassin - Campus de la Faculté de Droit et de Science Politique
5, avenue Schuman
13 100 Aix-en-Provence
Contact : Nafissa Messaoudine (Administrative Manager).
KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
The training provided at the Magistére Law, Journalism and Communication is based on the main teachings of the third year of the Bachelor of Law degree and on the two years of the Master's degree in Digital Law. The courses offered allow the Magistrates to complete their legal career with knowledge and skills that are added to the programme of the Faculty of Law and Political Science. Thus, students obtain both national degrees (Licence and Master) and the Magist's degree.
This is a solid and definite asset, in terms of training and professional development.
Information retrieval, analytical and critical skills, rigour and availability, general culture, curiosity and critical thinking, professional practice, and a sense of responsibility; and critical spirit, professional practice, mastery of digital tools, are all qualities that Magistrates in Law, Journalism and Communication acquire.
To achieve this, the teaching programme:
Law of the creative arts and media;
Law of online public communication services ;
Literary and artistic property law;
Press and digital publishing law;
Audiovisual Media Services Law ;
Digital Law ;
Fundamental rights and personal data protection ;
Cultural and Film Law;
Journalism and Communication Ontology;
History and Political Science ;
Management and Economics of Digital Universes ;
Communication and Media Management ;
Communication and Media Management;
Speech and critical thinking;
Related standards and typography rules ;
Workshops on writing (magazine press, journalism techniques...) ;
Project management ;
Data collection and processing;
Interviewing technique ;
Audiovisual and multimedia techniques;
Layout software ;
Video editing, editing and uploading;
Web journalism ;
Data Journalism ;
Great Principles of Communication ;
Advertising and Storytelling ;
Political Communication ;
Corporate communication ;
Corporate communication ;
Digital communication and social networks ;
Legal Communication ;
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIREDInformation non disponible
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
The Magistère Law, Journalism and Communication is a professionalizing course.
Professional integration is an integral part of the training. It is taken into consideration for the award of the diploma.
Internships are compulsory from the first to the third year (from 1 to 4 months in L3 and in M1 - 6 months in M2).
The Magistère Droit, Journalisme et Communication also offers, for each promotion, Synergie missions : each semester, the students are integrated in companies, reactions, institutions, collectivities, communication agencies... to complete their curriculum. These Synergy missions are recognised and requested by the partners of the Magistère Droit, Journalisme et Communication.
Conferences and seminars are offered regularly with professionals, encouraging exchanges and meetings. They also allow students to practice their skills (interview, video, etc.).
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]