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Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication

 http://www.aijc.com.ph

School Overview

    • Founded:
    • 1980
    • Size:
    • Not stated
    • Type:
    • Private for-profit
    • Category:
    • Universities, colleges
    • Specialization:
    • Journalism School 1
    • Climate:
    • Tropical
    • Location:
    • 2244 Espa, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1008
    • Phone:
    • +6327400396
    • Setting:
    • Urban

 The History of Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication

The Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC) is a Knowledge Management Center organized in 1980 as a graduate school of journalism, founded on the philosophy that communication is a vital development resource to be used to advance the common good.

Today, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication (AIJC) has a solid record of more than thirty years in the communication field as a graduate school for communicators and journalists, a center for continuing education in journalism, communication, and knowledge management, and a research and project management firm advocating policies and implementing programs and projects that address development issues and concerns both at the levels of national decision-making and community-based initiatives.

The ICT for Development (ICT4D) Unit of Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication promotes the strategic use of ICT in various human development endeavors. Program areas include content development, capability-building, and research focused on the impact of ICT on the socio-cultural, economic and political dimensions of society.

Amidst the technology-driven shifts in today’s media landscape, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communicationhas strengthened its institutional capacity through its strategic alliance with Now Corporation, a Philippine Stock Exchange publicly-listed telecommunications, media and technology company.

Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication is now gearing up to reinventing its programs and services to make them more relevant and responsive to a fast-evolving Knowledge Society while remaining committed to its mandate of communication for development.

Academic Highlights

Today, Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication has a solid record of more than thirty years in the communication field – as a graduate school for communicators and journalists, a center for continuing education in journalism, communication, and knowledge management, and a research and project management firm advocating policies and implementing programs and projects that address development issues and concerns both at the levels of national decision-making and community-based initiatives.

Admissions

This 40 years old higher-education institution has a selective admission policy based on entrance examinations and students' past academic record and grades.

Acceptance Rate

The admission rate range is 80-90% making this Philippine higher education organization a least selective institution. International applicants are eligible to apply for enrollment.

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