Bologna University's journalism master not starting for the first time in 20 years

A further blow hits the state of italian journalism.

As an article published by Il Fatto Quotidiano reported on 29th February, for the first time in 20 years Bologna University's master in journalism is not starting due to lack of applicants and successful candidates to pass the entry exam. 

Lack of promotion, delays in publishing the call for applications and very high tuition fees ar also factors involved in this sad outcome. 

Once again a grim news for Italian journalism. 

Tags: Il Fatto Quotidiano, applications, fees, journalism master, promotion, university

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