List Of Journalism Schools In Ghana

List Of Journalism Schools In Ghana

There over 30 journalism schools in Ghana

What is Journalism school?

A journalism school is a school or department, usually part of an established university, where journalists are trained. An increasingly used term for a journalism department, school or college is ‘J-School’. 

Below are the list of journalism schools in Ghana

GH MEDIA SCHOOL

National Film And Television Institute

Africa Institute of Media Studies

TOPMAN MULTIMEDIA INSTITUTE (T.M.I.)

OTEC School of Journalism and Communication Studies

Oxford Institute of Business & Journalism

Broadwater Institute Of Computer Studies And Journalism

Doxa Open University – Abro Media Campus

Ghana Communication Technology University

Crystal Galaxy College

MULTIMEDIA INSTITUTE OF GHANA

MYSTEEK COLLEGE OF BROADCASTING & JOURNALISM

Insite Media College

African University College of Communications (A.U.C.C)

African University College of Communications (A.U.C.C)

Accra Institute of Media & Journalism

Ghana Institute of Journalism (New Site)

Ghana Institute Of Journalism New Site

Below are the list of top 14 journalism in Ghana

National Film and Television Institute

Institute Of Business Management And Journalism

Accra Film School

Bluecrest University College School Of Journalism And Mass Communication

Jayee University College Faculty Of Communication Science

African international University College

Christian service University College Department Of Communication

Crystal Galaxy College

All Stars Media College

Ghana Institute Of Journalism

University Of Ghana School Of Communication Studies

University Of Education Department Of Communication And Media Studies

University Of Ghana School Of Communication Studies Entry Requirements

University Of Ghana School Of Communication Studies Programmes

Which journalism course is best?
Here are the most popular journalism courses after graduation:
MA in Mass Communication and Journalism]
Masters/MA in Journalism.
Masters in Photojournalism.
PG Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication.
MA in Multimedia.
PG Diploma in Radio and TV Production.
Masters in Communication.

How many years does it take to study journalism in Ghana?

The Institute offers the following main programmes: A two-year Diploma in Communication Studies A four/three year B. A. in Communication Studies A two-year B.A. in Communication Studies Top-Up Programme for Diploma graduates. A 15-Month intensive MA Programmes.

Does Knust offer journalism?

KNUST establishes medical journalism, communications degree program for journalists. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is to establish a degree program in medical journalism and communication to produce expert science journalists.

How much do journalist earn in Ghana?

Journalist in Ghana typically earns around 3000 GHS per month. The monthly salary includes housing, transport, and other benefits. Journalist salaries vary based on experience, skills, gender, or location.