The Centre for Journalism provides opportunity to study journalism on different levels. The following is an overview of the different paths in the world of journalism
Bachelor’s degree in journalism:
BA degree programme is a 3½ year programme. One of the years is an internship in a journalistic media in Denmark or abroad. In order to be admitted to this degree programme, you must pass an admissions examination. Read more here
If you are in the midst of a university degree programme, it is possible to study journalism as an elective (i.e. take a minor in journalism); either because you want to supplement your academic profile with journalistic competencies or because you would subsequently like to apply for admission to the MA programme cand.public. (Line B)
. Read more here
MA programme cand.public. (Line A):
This degree programme requires a bachelor’s degree in journalism. You can put your own master’s degree together, thus combining your journalistic background with other subjects.
Read more here
MA programme cand.public. (Line B):
At the Centre for Journalism, you can also earn a
master’s degree in journalism if you have a bachelor’s degree in an entirely different subject. In order to gain admission to this degree programme, you must have studied journalism as an elective
at the centre. Read more here
Here you can read everything about the subjects available in the diploma programmes in journalism, which is a collaborative venture between the Centre for Journalism and Update
at The Danish School of Journalism.