Studying Journalism at Södertörn University provides you with theoretical knowledge and practical skills that will benefit you in your working life. You will gain broad competence in both traditional and digital media, as well as the knowledge to conduct thorough research that you can then convey through various media. Studying Journalism provides you with the opportunity to express your creativity, while balancing this with a critical approach and theoretical reasoning about the role of the media in society, both now and in the future.
You can then work in all forms of journalistic activities, both freelance or in employment, at various types of companies and organisations that work with media and communication. Examples of workplaces for former students are newspapers, Greenpeace, radio and television companies.
During your studies you will have acquired wide-ranging knowledge of society, as well as a curious, investigative and critical approach to your surroundings. You will meet people at all levels of society and gain experience of different societal areas. You can also choose to combine Journalism with another subject, such as the Study of Religions, Ethnology or Political Sciences, so acquiring cutting-edge expertise.