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This course is aimed at graduates in any discipline seeking a career in journalism and is designed to prepare students for a first job in journalism in the UK, specifically those seeking National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) qualifications.
The course is also appropriate to media professionals with relevant experience who seek a formal qualification. The course has
full accreditation from the NCTJ. This course teaches the craft of journalism underpinned by vital professional studies such
as law, ethics, public affairs and shorthand. Working in simulated newsrooms, students undertake reporting, writing and editing across a range of platforms including newspapers, magazines and online in order to prepare for a career that will focus increasingly on media convergence. Students learn key skills including news values, news-gathering, decision-making, interviewing, writing and production skills such as design and layout.
In Semester 2, students devise, launch and produce their own publications.On successful completion of the Diploma, students may progress to the MLitt in which they prepare a dissertation on an approved topic in journalism studies.




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