You should normally have an upper second-class (2.1) undergraduate honours degree or above in a relevant social sciences or humanities subject. You can also apply for the course if you don’t have the academic qualifications required, but can show relevant professional/creative skills and experience.
Months of entry
On this course you develop essential journalistic skills in a multimedia context. At the same time, you explore key theoretical issues and debates about journalism and news production in relation to contemporary media, culture and society. You'll:
- master techniques in researching and writing for print and digital media, as well as subediting and print news design
- contextualise journalistic practice within a theoretical framework of journalism studies
- understand transitional processes in the news landscape at local, regional and global level
- understand and be able to analyse current theories and debates surrounding the media and society.
Qualification and course duration
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