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PgDip Broadcast Journalism


Course Description

Summary:

This course focuses on ‘hands-on’ journalism, with very strong links to major UK broadcasters. Accredited by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council, it will teach students everything they need to know to start working in a broadcast news environment. Students will find stories and record, edit, and report on them, primarily for radio but also for television and the web. Practical work is accompanied by a study of public institutions as well as media law and regulation.

Birmingham School of Media is recognised as a key centre of excellence in interactive media training, television production and education by Creative Skillset, the UK Sector Skills Council for the audio visual industries.

Modules:

Broadcast Journalism and Law
Radio, Television and Online skills
Newsroom Practice
Reporting Institutions
Professional Studies

Assessment Methods:

There is one exam for law. All assessments aim to get you to put into practice the skills, knowledge and experience gained in modules.

Visit the PgDip Broadcast Journalism page on the Birmingham City University website for more details!

Student Profiles
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Entry Requirements

Applicants should have studied to degree level or equivalent, or have considerable experience in a related field. Candidates must also be able to demonstrate outstanding ability and potential, as well as excellent spoken and written English.Candidates for whom English is not the mother tongue should be able to demonstrate high standards at IELTS 7.5 or equivalent in all four elements of reading, writing, speaking and listening. Where this standard is not achieved, the BJTC (our accrediting body) will require evidence of alternative remedial measures.

Course Fees

Please visit the course website for up to date tuition fees


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