BA in Journalism
This BA programme lasts a total of three and a half years. One year consists of an internship at a journalistic organisation in any medium in Denmark or abroad. To be admitted to the programme, you must pass an entrance exam.
Read more about the bachelor programme and the admission process here.
MA in Journalism (Cand. public.)
The MA in Journalism (cand.public.) Track A programme is a two-year master’s programme that requires a bachelor’s degree in journalism. You can design your own programme and thus combine journalism courses with other subjects.
Read more about the MA in Journalism (Cand. public.) here.
Professional Master of Journalism
The Professional Master of Journalism is designed for people who have chosen a different path into the media and communications industry than journalism – or who work with communication in other ways. The programme has been prescribed 60 ECTS credits and corresponds to one year of full-time study, but is organised as a part-time programme.
Read more about the Professional Master of Journalism here.
Journalism workplace training
As a new initiative, the Centre for Journalism offers continuing training courses where journalism is produced on a daily basis – that is, in the media organisations themselves.
Read more about the journalism workplace training here.
Diploma in Journalistic Practice, single modules
Our diploma programmes in journalistic practice are designed for journalists and other communicators. You can choose one of three modules: “Communication and Information Journalism”, “Digital Journalism” and “Analytic Journalism”.