Meet our MIJ-students
Meet some of the students at the Master's Program in Investigative Journalism. Where do they come from, why are they here, and what are their plans for the future?
Watch the movie about the MIJ-programme
Karin is studying investigative journalism to build upon her existing journalistic skills and to gain insights to stories that ought to be investigated. She is concerned of the misinformation on-line, and its repercussions on readers. She sees the need for journalists to reinvent their storytelling techniques and find new platforms because professional journalists are valued for credibility. Hailing from the county of Jämtland in northern Sweden, Karin shifted to Gothenburg to pursue her Master’s degree.
Read the entire interview with Karin Johansson here.
From the landlocked Moldova, Dumitru Stoianov aka Dima, has unlocked his vistas and vision. His zeal to contribute to his country’s democratic institutions and deepening of democracy is palpable. After completing his Master’s in Investigative Journalism at JMG, he wants to be in journalism in order to enable the audience to make an informed choice because he is passionate and interested in the democratisation of Moldova.
Read the entire interview with Dumitru Stoianov here.
Growing up in a family where human rights echoed in the household, and starting to take photographs midway in the teenage, it was almost natural for Hanna Tuulonen to choose journalism and communications industry. During her bachelor’s studies she found out that besides journalism she was also really into research. She wanted to combine regular journalism with doing research and then investigative journalism was the way to go.
Read the entire interview with Hanna Tuulonen here.