45 candidates selected to participate in the Master Course 2015-2017 edition

Selection results for admission to the Joint Professional Master Course in Cross-Media Journalism have been sent to candidates! 142 candidates from Sfax, Sousse, Tunis, Kairouan, Carthage, Gafsa, Jendouba and Monastir applied to the Master Course via the IPSI online application system (centralised for the 3 Tunisian Universities) within last 19 July 2015. Based on their background and profiles, 115 candidates have been short-listed and they have been invited to a one-on-one interview according to the application schedule. Short-listed candidates have been evaluated according to the foll...
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Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Award 2015

Journalists from the written press, television, radio and online media, citizens from the 42 countries of the Union for the Mediterranean, are invited to submit their works until 1 September 2015 to take part in the 9th edition of the Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Award. Works could have been published in printed/online media, or broadcast on radio or television between 1 July 2014 and 1 September 2015. In addition, a special Jury award will be given to an outstanding media contribution to reporting on “xenophobia and radicalization” in the Euro-Mediterranean region. The winners...
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Joint Professional Master Course in Cross-Media Journalism: applications now open!

The application process for admission to the Joint Professional Master Course in Cross-Media Journalism is now open! The Professional Master Course has been designed internationally and it is offered jointly by IPSI, University of Sousse and University of Sfax, in cooperation with the Sfax Section of National Syndicate of Tunisian Journalists and EU institutions UNIMED, IULM, UTA, UB in the framework of the Tempus eMEDia project. The Professional Master Course will start on October 5, 2015 and lasts 2 academic years, corresponding to 120 ECTS. The programme is specifically tailored fo...
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eMEDia at the “Shaping the Future of News Media” conference in Barcelona on June 18, 2015

The eMEDia project will be presented at the conference “Shaping the Future of News Media”, the International Conference on Integrated Journalism Education, Research and Innovation which will be held in Barcelona, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Poblenou campus), from June 17th to 19th 2015. “Shaping the future of News Media” aims at covering new perspectives of media ecosystems and promoting interaction and discussion among academics, professionals and educators interested in fostering quality and innovation in the field of journalism as well as expanding research networks among scholars working ...
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We are seeking Guest Contributors to enrich the catalogue of good practices in cross-media Journalism!

With the eMEDia catalogue of good practice in cross media journalism, we realize that there are many other cases of good practices in journalism education and many other outstanding experts whose perspectives will greatly enrich the eMEDia project. We are currently seeking for guest contributors and experts to continue this effort, to help grow our catalogue of good practices and add valuable content for our visitors and our community. Read more on how to contribute to the eMEDia catalogue of good practices, we look forward hearing from you!
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Open Day eMEDia Project in Tampere: programme announced

The programme for the Open Day of the eMEDia project, taking place in Tampere on April 29, 2015 has been announced. Aimed at academies, practitioners, students, professionals and everyone interested in journalism higher education, the purpose of the event is to discuss journalism education in the Mediterranean and Nordic countries, towards the social and political evolutions in Tunisia and the higher education reform process. The results and plans of the eMEDia project will be presented and participants will have the opportunity to contribute shaping the eMEDia joint curricula in cross-m...
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Release of an interviews series on ideas and visions of journalism education

The eMEDia project announce the release of an interview series on topics related to innovation in cross-media journalism. Researchers from the University of Tampere, IULM, University of Barcelona, IPSI, UNIMED and the institutions involved in the project, interviewed media professionals, both journalists and academics, on the promises and challenges of cross-media journalism. Some of their ideas and visions of journalism and examples of good practices in journalism education are available in clips and summaries in English, Italian, French and Spanish. Interviews highlights include: C...
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Launch of eMEDia project website

The new website of the eMEDia project is out! Project partners and everyone interested in cross-media journalism higher education have now access to a multilingual website, in English, French and Italian and soon in Arabic. The launch of the website is part of the consortium’s ongoing efforts to promote cross-media journalism education on an Euro-Mediterranean perspective. The website boasts an user-friendly design and offers quick and easy access to essential information on the project, key results, events media and news and partner organisations. Other functions will soon include a video ...
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Open Day in Sousse, Tunisia

The eMEDia project Partners will meet in Sousse, Tunisia, next December 10 and 11, to advance working on cross-media journalism education on an Euro-Mediterranean perspective. eMEDia is an institutional cooperation project co-funded by an European Commission grant under the Tempus IV programme between December 2013 and November 2016. eMEDia works to promote cross-media journalism education on an Euro-Mediterranean perspective. It aims at contributing to the modernisation of the Higher Education sector in Tunisia through a bottom-up approach for the design and pilot of a first level profe...
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Pre-announcement

Five institutions in Tunisia and four in the EU will soon be working together to promote cross-media journalism education on an Euro-Mediterranean perspective. eMEDia is an institutional cooperation project co-funded by an European Commission grant under the Tempus IV programme between December 2014 and November 2016.
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