Journalism – Advanced
This course will cover advanced journalism techniques, media law, photo and video journalism, and how to get freelance work commissioned. You will also have the opportunity to attend a field trip to a Magistrates Court. This is for students who have already completed Journalism – The Essentials and is not suitable for beginners. It is taught by a NCTJ-trained reporter with twenty years of experience working for national, regional and local newspapers and magazines.
What topics are covered?
Online journalism; Media Law; Photo/video journalism; Freelance journalism: Getting your work commissioned; Field trip to a Magistrates Court.
Who is the course aimed at?
This is for students who have already completed our course “Journalism: – The Essentials”. Not suitable for beginners.
Who will be my tutor?
Claire Beauchamp is an NCTJ-qualified journalist with 22 years experience. She has worked for many publications, including several national newspapers and magazines and now works freelance. Writing everything from breaking news stories to heartfelt features, Claire is hugely experienced in all aspects of journalism. She has specifically designed the Journalism Essentials course for anyone who has an interest in learning the basics of journalism, interview techniques, different styles of writing and getting work published.
How will I learn?
Through lectures, practical exercises, presentations, discussion and group work. Feedback on progress will be given throughout and all homework will be individually assessed.
Which department is this course in?Department of Creative Arts and Enterprise
Where will I need to go on my first day?On your first day, please report to the Reception in the Roper Building at City Centre Campus.
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