Become a Journalist - Your Guide To The Audition

Become a Journalist - Your Guide To The Audition Here we guide you through all parts of the World entrance tests, so you don't have surprises on the day. Just choose a place of education and click on to the gold grains. Also, check out our three tips before you look into the journalist training.

Become Journalist

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Three tips for you who will be a journalist Do you have language talent, mastered the grammar and nose to dig up the right story? We have gathered three useful tips to boost your preparation for admission tests in the country's journalism education:

#1: Become a news junkie and keep track of the agendas

As a journalist, you shouldn't just be good at writing. You also need to be in control of what touches the political agendas of the country, and abroad-and you must have a sense of which way the wind blows in the population when a topic is hot in the public debate. Take the first step towards a journalist's career as an aspirant to the journalist training, and you must prepare for a future as a news junkie and a great consumer of news in newspapers, online media, radio, and television. Read, watch, and listen to everything you can overcome in good time before you search. It will equip you both to get through the knowledge test for the audition. You also get a good sense of how the different journalistic formats are screwed together. It is also a great idea to train your journalistic talents by, for example, writing news reports of TV debates and seize any chance of writing journalistically.

#2: Take a course in journalism

The fierce competition for the places in journalism training means that you must already have good control of the journalistic instruments and tricks before the admission tests. For this very reason, about one third choose to take a course in journalism at folk high School before applying for journalism training. The range varies from school to college, but some high schools have intensive preparation courses for journalist training, which suits you well. If you do not have the opportunity to go to school, there are also several evening schools and day high schools that offer journalism courses.

#3: Try previous year's audition for journalist training

In the run-up to your test for journalist training, your preparation is the Alpha and Omega of your chances of moving forward. Therefore, take the time to learn what needs to happen in the day and test yourself by trying your hand at previous years of entrance tests. Here you can include: Try the infamous knowledge test and get a clue as to how well in the social conditions you are. You can also check to see if you have good enough control of the language and grammar. If you want to keep track of the comma rules and the English language, there are a multitude of online tests. For example, check The website of the English language Tribunal.

How to become a journalist?

Being a journalist is not a protected title, so everyone can, in principle, call themselves a journalist if they work full-time in communicating information about a particular topic. In practice, however, it is not possible to recruit as a journalist if you do not have the right training.

  • There are no formal requirements for training as a journalist
  • You will be admitted by an entrance test that runs once a year
  • The preparation for a journalist takes place at the school of Journalism in Aarhus, SDU in Odense or Roskilde RUC and takes 4 years with the right to S.U.
  • Taking a bachelor in journalism is possible. It takes 2 years.
  • The training is both theoretical and practical
  • If you want to have a taste for the journalist training, there is a journalistic winter school offered by the Journalism college

What do you learn about as a journalist?

As a journalist, you will learn about a wide range of topics relevant to a journalist's work.

  • Media: Internet, magazines, newspapers, TV, Radio Olympics.
  • Analysis: How to analyze information to get to the core?
  • Journalistic method: The journalist's "toolbox".
  • Media law, the Media Responsibility Act and journalism legislation
  • The rules of good press ethics and journalistic integrity
  • Freedom of expression and anonymity
  • Journalistic practice As a journalist, you have the critical function of not having your own opinion or a political agenda affect the communicated message, but seek to let the story speak for itself, without wishing to influence it or turn the story in a particular direction. This is something that is difficult for a great many journalists.

This is a list of great choice journalists

  1. Horace Greeley
  2. Arthur Miller
  3. Charles Mann