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Journalism BA(Hons): Course features

What this course offers you

What this course offers you

• You can tailor the degree to your interests and career goals through special study modules. These include broadcast journalism, data journalism, arts and entertainment, visual storytelling, or international, business, fashion or sports journalism.

• You'll have access to the latest broadcast journalism suites with recording, filming and photography equipment. The campus facilities also include state-of-the-art digital computer labs and a learning resources centre.

• Our lecturers are experienced and active professional journalists. Teaching is informed with up-to-the-minute industry knowledge, ensuring you get all the help you need to reach your full potential.

Part-time students

• The part-time course takes six years rather than three to complete.

• You'll meet with a tutor to discuss your time commitments before your course begins. We'll endeavour to let you know the timetable of lectures and seminar groups as soon as possible.

• On an average week, you'll need to allow twelve hours for lectures and seminars, plus a further six to nine hours for independent study, but this does vary.

• The course is flexible; you can switch to full time study at Levels 2 or 3.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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