Journalism - Bachelors, Profession Bachelors

City Student Scholarships Category Duration Admission Requirements Education Institution
Aarhus, Odense, Roskilde SU berettiget Bachelors, Profession Bachelors 3 year Gymnasiel University of Southern Denmark
Danish School of Media and Journalism
Roskilde University (RUC)
City Aarhus, Odense, Roskilde
Student Scholarships SU berettiget
Category Bachelors, Profession Bachelors
Duration 3 year
Admission Requirements Gymnasiel
Education Institution University of Southern Denmark
Danish School of Media and Journalism
Roskilde University (RUC)

You can choose an education in journalism or a degree in journalism. But what's the difference?

It is not so much different from the training given to journalist on journalism school in Aarhus, with his Bachelor's more practical way than journalism training is the SDU or RUC, where it is the theory that count maximum.

In journalism you learn to find or researching a good story and then communicate it to your audience. The dissemination of the good story is significantly different from medium to medium. Newspapers and magazines are printed media, requiring that the words captures the reader. TV and radio are media is fast to catch the viewer or listener's interest, so this requires other skills. The subjects of journalism is wide ranging and includes, among other politics, economics, history, sociology, law, etc.

As a journalist you get many privileges and responsibilities. You become citizens prolonged sensory apparatus - the one who can see, hear and experience what is going on out there. You get to meet both the famous and the forgotten in our society and tell their story. It requires an open mind and a good deal of courage and tenacity.

Journalism is also a matter of time. Journalists have their finger on the pulse and half an eye on the clock. There must be delivered before the deadline, nobody cares about old news. In journalism you learn all phases of the journalistic work. From the first idea of ​​research, source criticism, interview techniques, genres and narrative forms to the finished product.

Society is the journalist's work. Therefore, you must learn about Danish and international politics and the legal system. You also get trained your analytical and reflective skills in theoretical subjects such as media theory, information, documentation and source criticism. International opportunities are abound in journalism. You can both take internships and study abroad and many students choose to make larger projects abroad. It is made projects and final main tasks from virtually all over the world.

As a Journalism student, the journalism school in Aarhus, you must at a 12-month internship at 5 and 6 semester. This is done specifically by you will be assigned to a news medium where you then executes your internship. Some students get internships in the following media: Politiken, Berlingske Tidende, Jyllands-Posten, TV2 / Denmark, Ritzau BBC News, regional television and radio stations and production companies. Others choose to take their internship abroad - a few students raised the borders of Denmark, one of the EU Commission in Brussels, the other for a national television station in Canada.

Job Opportunities

Journalist, news provider, lyricist, employed at media or advertising agency.

The journalism allows you to work in all print and electronic media: TV, radio, newspapers, magazines and the Internet. But the journalist's competencies cover wider yet. With a journalist training, you can also get to work in creative and innovative environments as political advisor or communication in private and public companies.

Special admission requirements

Danish A, English B, History B or Contemporary History B