Columbia Journalism School

International Journalism Programs

Global journalism in the 21st century


In addition to several dual degree journalism programs within Columbia University, the Graduate School of Journalism now proudly offers two programs internationally.

Partnerships with Sciences Po in Paris and the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg allow Columbia Journalism students to study in both New York City and abroad and receive degrees from two institutions.

These partnerships reflect the global nature of journalism in the 21st century. Students receive top-tier training from both an American and an international perspective, which encourages the mastery of journalistic techniques with an opportunity to develop a unique career with an international background.

International Studies at Columbia Journalism School, chaired by David Klatell, along with the Career Services and Continuing Education departments, also hosts a group of affiliate programs. Through them, Columbia journalism students are eligible for paid newsroom internships in Central Europe, Argentina and India.



David Klatell
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Chair of International Studies
Professor of Professional Practice

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