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O que eu aprenderei?

The headline today: "The face of journalism is changing as fast as new events occur, but good storytelling and solid research remain essential." Journalists must adapt to new means of delivering the news. Earn a competitive edge with reporting, writing and editing skills for online, television, radio and print within this ever-evolving industry.

Find your career

Students are prepared to work in radio, television, newspaper, magazine and online newsrooms.

Graduates find work as writers, reporters, photographers, editors, freelancers, web content providers, editorial assistants, videographers, program hosts and news anchors.

The skills developed in this program can also lead to careers in public and media relations, and educational, training or industrial video production.

Our grads get great jobs

Anchor/Reporter, CTV News Kitchener-Waterloo

Kingston Editor, Fine Lifestyles and Fine Homes

Multimedia Journalist, Kingston Whig-Standard

Content Producer, Station 14, Kingston

Multimedia Journalist, Metro land Media Group Ltd.

Anchor/Reporter, Quintet Broadcasting Ltd.

Reporter/Photographer, Sun Media/Post media Network

Announcer/Reporter, Moose FM Bancroft

Reporter/Anchor, CTV News Winnipeg

Staff Writer,

Is it for you?

Journalists often walk a complex line between getting a story first, and getting it right. To succeed in journalism, you need:

An inquisitive mind

Strong writing and storytelling skills

The ability to work to tight deadlines


Experiential learning

Get a well-rounded set of skills in our all-platform newsroom in Loyalist’s new Digital Media Centre. You will:

Develop hands-on skills in research, writing and interviewing.

Use digital tools and apps for gathering and sharing stories, video, social media and interactive journalism.

Create newscasts for the federally licensed College radio station, 91X.

Work with a team of student reporters, ENG shooters, producers, anchors and editors to produce a web-based television newscast.

Publish original work for the student-produced community online news service, QNet News.

Learn with guest speakers from the community and from large market radio stations, newspapers and TV networks.

Cap off your studies with on-the-job experience during an eight-week field placement. Placements have been completed at newsgathering organizations across the country including the Winnipeg Free Press, Windsor Star, Brace Bridge Examiner/Graven Hurst Banner, CHEX-TV and CTV.

Turn your diploma into a degree

Many universities across Canada and abroad will provide credit recognition for your diploma studies at Loyalist. The following is a list of agreements that are currently in place. There are many more options, and new agreements are added annually. Contact your university of choice to make individual arrangements.

Algoma University – B.A.; B.B.A.; B.Sc.; Bach. Computer Science

Brock University – various

Davenport University – Bachelor of Arts in General Business

Griffith University – Bachelor of Journalism or Bachelor of Communication

Humber College – Bachelor of Journalism

Lake head University – various

Laurentian University – various

De qual departamento farei parte?

Loyalist College

Opções de estudo

Período integral (2 anos)

CAD$14.332,50 (R$ 58.620) por ano
CAN $14,332.50 for year 1; CAN $13,786.50 for year 2; Spring Semester: CAN $7,166.25 for Year 1
Data de início

8 Setembro 2021


Loyalist College

376 Wallbridge-Loyalist road,


Ontario (ON),

K8N 5B9, Canada

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes internacionais

Required academic preparation

  • OSSD/OSSGD or equivalent with courses at the general, advanced, (C), (U) or (M) level, AND
  • Grade 12 English (C) level or equivalent


  • Mature applicant

English language requirements

TOEFL: (Test of English as a Foreign Language): 550 (paper-based test); 80 (IBT internet-based test with minimums of 20)

IELTS (International English Language Test Service): 6.0 overall with no bands less than 6.0 (under SDS); 6.0 overall with one band at 5.5 (generic category)

CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment): Overall band of 60, writing 60