Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
The Manila Times College - Manila Campus

(Tuition fee is not stated)
3-4 years
Response rate: 84.8%
Response time: Typically replies within two weeks

Course Description

The College excels in business journalism and public affairs reporting. The program, founded in 2005, is both nationally and internationally accredited. TMTC offers Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and is one of the few programs in the country to offer dual degree certifications if Journalism is taken in TMTC as a supplement course to the current course being taken in other universities.

The school has a strong tradition of training journalists the fundamentals that will help them succeed in any career, whether in print, broadcast, or online.

Aside from gathering information, students also critically analyze information to communicate it effectively, accurately, and ethically.

Journalism in TMTC is one of the few programs to require every student to take courses in ethics, public affairs reporting, and media publication to apply skills in the real world.

We provide students the chance to learn in small classes, where they get to know their professors and peers. Students are trained to develop critical and creative thinking while being instilled in them the values of a profession that provide citizens the information they need to self-govern.

Located withing the walls of Intramuros, The Manila Times College brings forth modern methods of teaching Journalism to further witness the makings of history.

TMTC Manila offers a fool-proof cucciculum to make sure all students who wish to study Bachelors of Arts in Journalism not only prosper in this field but also become integral to the continuous formation and development of the Philippine Society.

With a 100% employment rate , The Manila Times College is truly one of the country's leading schools for aspiring journalists.

Journalism LIVES.
Journalism is HERE TO STAY.

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