IPJ - Institute of Journalism

Dauphine's School of Journalism

IPJ – Institute of Journalism is a respected 30-year old institution, officially recognized by the French Journalists Union since 1991.

In 2011, IPJ joined forced with Paris-Dauphine and became the university's School of Journalism.

The school's 2-year Masters program trains 44 students per graduating class. 

 

Rue Saint-Georges campus

 

Located in the historic Press and Media heartland of central Paris, IPJ is also a short walk from Opéra, the boulevard Haussmann shopping district and the Paris stock exchange.

The school occupies a renovated historic landmark building whose metal structure was designed by Eiffel. Before WW II, the building was home to "Illustration" magazine.

 

Journalism students benefit directly from IPJ's proximity to all of the major French media:

  • Within walking distance of the major French newspapers: 2 minutes to L'EXPRESS, 5 minutes to the FIGARO, 10 minutes to the NOUVEL OB, CHALLENGES, 20 MINUTES or LES ECHOS 
  • 10-minutes by metro to major independent radio stations like RTL or EUROPE 1
  • less that 30 minutes by metro to the principal French television stations and media groups like FRANCE TELEVISIONS, TF1/LCI, BFM TV, CANAL PLUS, EUROSPORT, ARTE, FRANCE24 and RADIO France.

Cutting-edge technical facilities

Cutting-edge technical facilities allow IPJ students to train in a "real-life" setting:

  • Television studio with a set, digital production and post-production equipment and lighting
  • Radio studio with a digital broadcasting equipment and a recording studio for up to 5 people
  • Radio mixing studio with 10 digital workstations and 35 reporter's stations

Life at IPJ

  • Press and documentary resources
  • Student Services Office
  • Athletic Office
  • Student Center