Top journalism schools in Australia

February, 2010: The most recent survey shows that Jschool is again among top-ranked journalism schools in Australia, with 100 percent of graduating students giving it “high” or “very high” satisfaction levels. Jschool is one of only two Australian journalism courses to have

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Boost for budding journalists

JOHN Henningham left his university post nine years ago to open a world-class journalism school. The move paid dividends last month when Professor Henningham announced his organisation, JSchool, received FEE-HELP registration from the Federal Government. He hopes to attract an additional 15

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Journalism support

John Henningham, the director of Jschool: Journalism Education & Training was delighted to get the nod from Canberra to be registered as a “fee-help” provider. “This means that students will be able to get government loans to study our one-year Diploma of

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Doctorate for Owen

Peter Owen, group executive editor of APN Australian Publishing has, been given an honorary doctorate in journalism by Brisbane’s Jschool college. Owen looks after 14 regional dailies and nearly 60 non-dailies. He has also been editor-in-chief of Rural Press Queensland and has

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Jschool scoops the pool

Brisbane has continued its reign as the source of some of modern journalism’s most respected practitioners — with JSchool named as the top journalism school for the second year running. But after three Queensland schools (including Central Queensland University and the University

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Top journalism schools in Australia

Jschool is among top-ranked journalism schools in Australia, with 100 percent of graduating students giving it “high” or “very high” satisfaction levels in the most recent national survey. Jschool is one of three Australian journalism courses receiving the top rating. 2007 survey

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Call for a Courier competitor

A SENIOR journalism academic has called on Fairfax to consider a new daily newspaper for southeast Queensland, based on the Rural Press printing works in Brisbane. Rural Press prints Queensland Country Life, the North Queensland Register, the Bayside Bulletin, the Trading Post

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