Journalism & Mass Communication

Studying Journalism and mass communication  at ILCS offers a transformative educational experience rooted in excellence, innovation, and real-world application. Here’s why:

  1. Comprehensive Curriculum: Our journalism program offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to equip students with the essential skills and knowledge needed for success in the rapidly evolving media landscape. From news writing and investigative reporting to multimedia storytelling and digital journalism, our courses cover a diverse range of topics to prepare students for the challenges and opportunities of modern journalism.
  2. Experienced Faculty: At ILCS, students learn from experienced journalists and media professionals who bring real-world expertise and insights into the classroom. Our faculty members are passionate about journalism and dedicated to mentoring the next generation of reporters, editors, and media professionals.
  3. Hands-on Learning: We believe in learning by doing. That’s why our journalism program emphasizes hands-on learning experiences, including internships, workshops, and collaborative projects. Whether it’s covering breaking news stories, producing multimedia content, or conducting in-depth investigations, students have ample opportunities to apply their skills in real-world settings.
  4. State-of-the-Art Facilities: ILCS provides students with access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources, including digital newsrooms, broadcast studios, and multimedia production equipment. These resources enable students to gain practical experience using the latest tools and technologies in journalism.
  5. Industry Connections: Through our network of industry connections and partnerships, ILCS students have access to internship opportunities, job placements, and networking events with leading media organizations and professionals. These connections provide valuable insights and pathways to career success in journalism.
  6. Ethical and Responsible Journalism: At ILCS, we emphasize the importance of ethical and responsible journalism. Our program instills in students a strong foundation in journalistic ethics, integrity, and professionalism, empowering them to uphold the highest standards of accuracy, fairness, and accountability in their work.

Being conscious of the importance of this field, ILCS has been launched since 1996, to be the first private institute of journalism in Morocco. Its quality training continues, until now, to enrich the job market with French and English speaking journalists. The insertion rate of journalists graduating from ILCS is 100%.


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Objectives of the Journalism & mass communication curriculum

ILCs school of Journalism program aims to cultivate versatile professionals fluent in both French and English, equipped with the skills to excel across diverse media platforms while upholding the highest ethical standards

The curriculum of ILCS school of Journalism

This training program of Bac+3 and Bac+5, prepares the young students to be quickly operational and polyvalent, thanks to numerous practical internships to become known in this filed. It offers a transversal approach of the different media of the printing press, audio-visual and web.

Main Journalism modules

  • Introduction to journalistic base
  • Documentary production
  • Social Medias
  • Legal environment of Medias
  • Radio
  • Press Journalism
  • Report
  • PR and press relation
  • Web journalism
  • Medias News
  • Specialized press
  • TV journalism
  • Photojournalism
  • Survey and investigation techniques

Journalism jobs

Editor: His job extends to the collection of the information via the press
Image reporter journalist:He achieves reports for the newspapers and TV shows. A camera on the shoulder, he covers all the news and events in the world.
Web journalist:he restores the information in the context, with rigor and speed. He writes short paragraphs and the articles are supported by links to other documents: images, videos, sounds, texts, and other additional websites.
Chief Editor: on the head of the editorial team, he makes sure of the respect of the editorial line of a publication or an audio-visual journal. He selects the subject to treat and then defines the ÒanglesÓ to tackle.

Join ILCS school of journalism  is to benefit from

ILCS School of Journalism program cultivates versatile professionals fluent in both French and English, equipped with the skills to excel across diverse media platforms while upholding the highest ethical standards


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What struck me the most at ILCS is the encounters and meetings that I could do. » Having classmates from all over the world gave me the opportunity to work with motivated and enthusiastic people in a very pleasant multicultural environment. In this respect, exchange and acceptance of the other are essential ingredients for one’s personal and professional life. ILCS is also a complete education, delivered by exceptional teachers, administration at your service and warmhearted staff.

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