This programme prepares you for a first job in newspaper journalism. The course combines practical training in reporting, interviewing, writing, editing, research, and newspaper and website production with a concern for critical and ethical reflection. All students undertake at least seven weeks of work placements during the course.
Modules include: Journalism practice; journalism and society 1; journalism and society 2; media law; online journalism; public administration; journalism innovation; editorial production for newspapers; journalism project; specialisms.
Course Additional Entry
A Minimum of 1 month's work experience on a regional or similar newspaper; preference is given to those with both regional and national work experience; candidates should have at least a 2nd Class degree in an appropriate subject; consideration is given to mature entrants who can demonstrate substantial working experience.
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|MA (Postgraduate)||£19,000 Academic year. First year overseas fees|
|MA (Postgraduate)||£9,875 Academic year. First year home fees|