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T Y PE : BACHELOR ’ S AND MASTER ’ S DEGREE PR OGR A MMES DUR ATION : 3 – 5 Y EARS COURSE LANGUA GES : GREENLANDIC , D ANISH AND ENGLISH LOC ATION : C A MPUS ILIMM ARFIK AND ILINNIARFISSUA Q / / BACHELOR ’S & MASTER ’ S DEGREE PROGRAMMES BUSINESS ECONOMICS Are you interested in economics and finance, and would you like to work with the financial analysis of business operations? The overall purpose of the bachelor’s degree programme in Business Economics is to give you the qualifications to enable you to pursue a career in a public or private company as a specialist in business economics. You can also work as a generalist with a comprehensive, broader view of a company’s operations and development potential. The programme is developed and completed in close cooperation with the Greenlandic business community. With a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics, you are equally qualified to further your studies by enrolling in a master’s degree within social sciences. The degree can be a stepping-stone to future career prospects in management – especially in the private sector. You can for example choose to work within financial reporting and financial management, financing or marketing. JOURNALISM Do you have curious mind? Do you see yourself earning a living by exploring, uncovering and communicating key issues in Greenlandic society and abroad? As a student on the bachelor’s degree programme in Journalism, you will be trained in how to solve journalistic tasks in the journalistic media including printed media, television, radio and Internet. The programme is both practical and theoretically oriented. You will gain skills in journalistic methods and speech as well as an understanding of society’s structures and systems. Being a journalist requires good collaboration skills, discipline and an ability to work independently, since journalism is as much about being enterprising as it is about being able to reach out and show initiative. You will be engaging with people from all walks of life: great and small, famous stars, overlooked minorities, and everyday people. The programme in Journalism involves training for a profession with many privileges and great responsibilities. This applies as much during your studies and work experience period as it does later on as a trained journalist. As a trained journalist, you can pursue a career within news and content production for different media (e.g. TV, radio, web, print-based media, communication departments, etc.). You can choose to specialise in a specific area such as politics (business journalism, political journalism, foreign journalism or other forms of specialisation), culture, crime, etc. You also have the opportunity to work freelance or accept a permanent position at a news agency. 18 Shaping the Arctic

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