Courses at the Mohyla School of Journalism are practically oriented. Students create journalistic materials in real life fashion. Young journalists learn the meaning of terms such as “deadline” and “work under pressure” in the first weeks of their education.
During the 2 year program students accumulate many materials produced by themselves in different formats for different media. We won’t declare that a creative atmosphere, team spirit, and friendly relations between instructors and students prevail at the school. Better look at our students’ output and judge for yourself the circumstances in which it is born.