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International experience 327239/3134/1819/1/06
Study guide

International experience 3

27239/3134/1819/1/06
Academic year 2018-19
Is found in:
  • Bachelor of Journalism Studies
This is a single course unit.
Study load: 4 credits
Weight: 4,00
Possible deadlines for learning account: 30.11.2018 (Course takes place from beginning until end of academic year)
Teaching staff: Mampaey Dirk, Thielemans Steve, Verschuere Aldo
Language course: No
Languages: Dutch, English
Scheduled for: First Semester
This course unit is marked out of 20 (rounded to an integer).
Re-sit exam: is possible.
Tolerability: This course unit is tolerable according to the compensated fail criteria as determined by the degree programme you are enrolled in.
Preservability: The result of this course unit is preservable according to the terms of the program you are enrolled for.

Evaluation

Evaluation(s) for first exam chance
MomentForm%Remark
Exam period JanuaryOral evaluation100,00In de examenperiode bespreken we de journalistieke eindproducten en het volledige journalistieke proces dat hiertoe geleid heeft.
Evaluation(s) for re-sit exam
MomentForm%Remark
Exam period August/SeptemberOral evaluation100,00In de examenperiode bespreken we de journalistieke eindproducten en het volledige journalistieke proces dat hiertoe geleid heeft.

Course Sequence

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Acquired competences

CodeDescriptionLevelCategory
JT_LO01LO1: Environmental awareness 1: Society Registers the actual objectives from a wide social, economic and cultural background and succeeds in specifying them through the knowledge of historical processes, current developments and administrative institutions and organisations.In depth studyALG
JT_LO04LO4: Reporter's attitude Has a journalistic attitude, is driven and has an entrepreneurial spirit, shows a professional attitude under all circumstances and keeps to made agreements and deadlines even under difficult conditions.In depth studyALG
JT_LO05LO5: Journalistic skills 1: News and information gathering Performs his/her work with regard to gathering news and information as an essential part of the journalistic process efficiently, effectively, selectively, critically and with the required professional distance and uses traditional and modern (digital) sources from desk and field research.In depth studyALG
JT_LO06LO6: Journalistic skills 2: News and information processing Processes information efficiently, critically, in a deontological correct manner and in a target (group) focused manner to obtain a professional high-quality journalistic product with regard to form and contents that can be published and/or broadcasted and masters modern text, audio and image processing techniques to achieve this.In depth studyALG
JT_LO07LO7: Journalistic analysis and synthesis Implements analyses and syntheses when planning and driving (or adjusting) journalistic work based on a high-quality end product.In depth studyALG
JT_LO08LO8: Language skills 1: Spoken language Integrates as a language-speaking professional verbal language skills and masters Dutch, English and French functionally in his/her journalistic work.In depth studyALG
JT_LO09LO9: Language skills 2: Written languages Integrates as a language-speaking professional written language skills and masters Dutch, English and French functionally in his/her journalistic work.In depth studyALG
JT_LO10LO10: Communication and contact skills Can communicate in a goal-oriented manner from a healthy assertive attitude and can build up, maintain and use expertly a network of contacts with regard to an optimum information influx and throughput.In depth studyALG
JT_LO11LO11: Using IT and AVT professionally Implements different IT skills and audiovisual techniques in his/her own mono-, multi- and cross-media production process and in the related communication with the respective professional experts.In depth studyALG