As a journalism student at Stockholm University, you acquire the knowledge and skills to work as a journalist with special focus on news production, investigative journalism, and documentary storytelling in the press, radio, and TV.
The department also hosts a number of large, externally funded research projects, and most of the publications resulting from these are found in high-quality international books and journals. The topics that our journalism scholars address reflect a desire to produce research that is both current and relevant: political scandals, cultural journalism, visual journalism, migration, journalism ethics and WikiLeaks, to name just a few.
While our bachelor’s programme in journalism is taught in Swedish, we offer a 7.5 credit course in journalistic writing taught in English.
Courses and programmes
A bachelor’s degree in Journalism can only be obtained through enrolment in one of the bachelor´s programmes listed under Educations within the subject.
The bachelor’s degree in Journalism is only offered in Swedish.
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A master’s degree in Journalism can only be obtained through enrolment in one of the master’s programmes/the master program listed under Educations within the subject.