National Council for Training Journalists (NCTJ) Level 5 Diploma Journalism
Media, Multimedia & Journalism
Start Date29 Aug 2022
Course: NCTJ Diploma JournalismCampus: Strand RoadType: Full TimeStart Date: 29/08/2022Fees:
- Site location Strand Road
- Core Modules • Essential Journalism • Court Reporting • Videojournalism • Broadcast Journalism for Radio and TV • Law • Public Affairs • Portfolio Building
UK Requirements32 UCAS points + GCSE (Grade C or above) in EnglishApplicants are also required to attend an interview where they will discuss their interest in news and current affairs and demonstrate the qualities needed to enter this challenging profession.
ROI Requirements32 UCAS Points + OLC (Grade 05 or above) in English Applicants are also required to attend an interview where they will discuss their interest in news and current affairs and demonstrate the qualities needed to enter this challenging profession.
Students undertake work placement over an extended period and contribute to the college online publication i-news.uk and college station 3CRadio as well as reporting on a range of college and external events using the latest Outside Broadcast equipment for Radio and TV.
Further StudyThis is a mainly post graduate programme. However students with a HND in Journalism who then complete the NCTJ qualification can apply to be accepted to the final year of journalism courses at a number of UK universities.
Career ProspectsGraduates are to be found working at the highest level in local and national media outlets including print, online, radio, TV and the associated industries of PR and Marketing. Employment rates for graduates are high and the industry is keen to use the skills which this course provides.
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