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What is the best way to take to become a journalist?
I want to study in Europe to become a journalist, anybody has an idea of what degree I should get? (school, country, subjects,...)
I can't answer your question directly because I don't know much about Europe. But I can tell you I took Journalism in college and it was the best opportunity. The most experience I gained was studying topics such as homelessness, crimes, alcoholism, and other real-life events. I also took criminal law separately in another college where I had a retired FBI agent as an instructor. He was amazing. He taught me how to investigate a crime scene. That was a fun class!
I live in Australia and have a university diploma in Journalism.
However I'd tell you to be careful - journalism is a job that is changing a lot right now. Mainsteam media are laying off hundreds of journalists as news is more publicly available via other sources such as social media. Many journalists are now forced into freelance and can't expect steady work. Make sure you're aware of the marketing and self promotional skills you'll need to be a journalist in today's world!
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