The CUNY J-School will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, 2017. There are no classes on Nov. 24, but the campus will be open 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

International Reporting

FAQs

No, but such experience is highly desirable. The International Reporting Program prepares journalists to cover global political and economic news, U.S. foreign policy, and international communities at home and abroad. Prior exposure to other countries and cultures gives you insights and expertise from Day One.

Clarissa Sosin in Liberia crop

Student and Alumni Work

Here’s a sampling of published work by students and alums of the international program:

  • Students on a 2016 reporting trip to Israel and the West Bank produced The Holy Land at an Impasse, which was a finalist in the The Online In-Depth Reporting category of the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards for Region 1.
  • Danny Gold, reporting for Vice News, was embedded with Kurdish peshmerga forces as they retook the Iraqi city of Sinjar from ISIS in 2015.
  • As part of the Pulitzer Prize winning consortium behind The Panama Papers, Musikilu Mojeed led the team at Premium Times, Nigeria, that published more than 30 stories revealing secret offshore assets of many prominent Nigerians.
  • Almudena Toral’s capstone on the problem of child rape in Liberia ran in Time.org and was part of a portfolio that won POYi’s Award for Excellence – Multimedia Photographer of the Year.
  • Lena Masri, based in London for ABC News, has been the go-to person for coverage of Syria, the Middle East, and the Grenfell Tower fire disaster in London.

Contact Us

Do you have a question about the International program? If so, please contact us.

Prue Clarke

Prue Clarke
Director of International Reporting
prue.clarke@journalism.cuny.edu