Urgent Job: The School of Journalism in the Gambia needs a PhD holder in Mass Communication for immediate employment The School of Journalism and Digital Media of the University of The Gambia needs a PhD holder in Mass Communication or Journalism for immediate employment.
Please send CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. The individual must be ready to relocate within 4 weeks. Accommodation guaranteed.
Brief History of The School of Journalism and Digital Media of the University of The Gambia
The School of Journalism and Digital Media, inaugurated in October 2014, the newest in the growing line-up of faculty at the University of The Gambia with the, offers a competitive programme in journalism with emphasis on practice and professionalism. The hands-on approach prepares students for engagement at the highest levels of delivery whether as reporters, broadcasters, commentators, specialist writers, administrators, or investors in the print and broadcast media domains.
Located at our Kanifing Campus, the Journalism School offers students a conducive learning environment. Equipped with a digital lab, where students can access production tools such as cameras, editing software, high-speed internet and computers.
The school is endowed with high caliber lecturers with years of experience and a Faculty Officer, with an open-door policy, that assists students on all academic matters including timetables, course selection, transcripts and all matters related to their studies.
Students are eligible for graduation upon completing the 120 credit hours during the course of the four academic years they spend at the School of Journalism. The programme is designed in such a manner that students have to exhaust the course catalogue and do research work on an approved topic in their final semester with the guidance of a supervisor.