Ons opleiding berei professionele mediawerkers voor vir die uitdagings van die 21ste eeu
Die Departement is geleë by Crozierstraat 26 op die Stellenbosch-kampus. Hier sal jy die ou Edwardiaanse-gebou vind - met die supermoderne Media Afrika-sentrum as anneks.
Studeer by ons
Dit bied aan studente 'n ongeëwenaarde milieu wat natuurskoon en atmosfeer betref waar hulle hul studies met ywer kan volg.
“I embarked on a PhD Journey at Stellenbosch to gain a deeper understanding of the intersection of journalism, culture and society.”
“An Academic Researcher needs to be just as curious as a journalist. My PhD afforded me the opportunity to dig deeper into Journalism using academic tools.”
“Daar is soveel klein detail en afrondingswerk wat dié kursus my geleer het, dat ek die voorreg het om daardie detail en afrondingswerk tot vandag toe as vanselfsprekend te kan bestempel in my lewe.”
“The skills we’re taught in Crozier Street are remote and adaptable in a world where that’s code for survival.”
“I am still really close with [classmates]. We still ask each other for assistance with contacts for articles or will discuss news events in our WhatsApp group as journalists do. You were right when you told us that we will make friends for life in this course.”
“It has been amazing to see how many of the skills I learnt during Journalism honours I can use in my new role. From editing copy, to interviewing, writing, the inverted pyramid, the list goes on!”
“Many Universities train PhDs, but it is the quality that matters; Stellenbosch Journalism provided me with a great research acumen that I will always cherish.”
“Baie dankie vir julle moeite met ‘n wonderlike kursus. Ek het soveel goeie herinneringe en lesse wat ek nou steeds saam met my dra.”
“My goal was to attain research-based expertise in journalism and media and skills to be able to search for, and critically examine, knowledge, and this is why I enrolled for the PhD in Journalism at Stellenbosch.”
“Enrolling for my PhD with Stellenbosch’s Department of Journalism was the best career move I made because I had the opportunity to study under highly qualifies staff and, through my research, to contribute to the ongoing debates of how to transform Journalism curricula in South Africa to enable them to meet the needs of a democratic Nation.”