…If you’re passionate about the good story
At the Journalism Track, you will work with all aspects of modern journalism. You will learn how to write in order to be heard, and how to tell stories through writing, video, and social media.
You will for instance work with
- Video journalism, including pre-production, filming, and editing. This includes producing content for the school’s own social media pages and website.
- Journalistic practice activities — you will learn how to frame a story and will be introduced to photographic reporting.
- Proper language — you will learn how to write clearly and well and will attend several workshops at small and large corporations.
- Social media — you will learn how to work professionally with social media in, for instance, the music business.
- Your will be taught by a trained and experienced journalist
No exam — but you receive a diploma for what you have learned.
At the Journalism Track, the primary goal is to become acquainted with the practices of modern communication. The field of journalism today is much different than traditional news reporting. Some of what you do will be practice, but some of your productions will be published to the real world. There is no exam at the Journalism Track, but at the end of the schoolyear, you will receive a diploma listing the skills you have gained.
Who can attend the Journalism Track?
All 1.g. students get the offer to attend the Journalism Track. No prior knowledge of journalistic communication or practical experience is required to attend the track.