• Social-Links

  • The experience of studying at DJS covers more ground than acquiring knowledge and skills. Students also learn a lot about themselves, their professional goals and working in a team. Close feedback and individual supervision are just as much a part of everyday school life, as are debates over ethics and the best approach to joint projects.

    Students invite journalism innovators to panel discussions, run their own budgets for reporting trips and exchange ideas with stakeholders. They get involved in networks and receive tips for their job search as well as for starting their own business.

    Encounter with Trauma
    Agreeing to Disagree
    Release into Freedom
    Journalism as a Brand