BA (Hons) Journalism, Edinburgh Napier University
Course Structure: Full Time, 4 Years
Dates: September to September
Location: Edinburgh Napier University, Merchiston Campus, EH10 5DT
Application deadlines: Jan
Course details (Edinburgh Napier University website)
Fees & how to apply
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Gain dynamic and industry relevant training that prepares you for a career in the media industry on one of the UK's longest running journalism courses. From the start, we treat you not just as a student but as a working journalist and challenge you to produce work of a high standard so you can excel in a newsroom environment.
Convergence is the key word in modern news so you'll research and create content for a range of media including radio, TV, online and print. The course is constantly updated to reflect the fast-changing needs of news organisations as the digital revolution unfolds.
You'll gain valuable industry experience with a work placement where you can apply your knowledge to a real media environment. You'll also help to produce an annual magazine which is distributed throughout Edinburgh. You will learn how to write news stories and longer features articles; you will learn how to work in radio and television journalism and you will learn about digital journalism, creating your own website (there’ll also be the chance to get to grips with coding).
BA Journalism is re-applying for accrediton by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC). BJTC work in partnership with all the main employers in the UK broadcast industry
BA (Hons) Journalism has been awarded the Creative Skillset Tick, the industry kitemark of quality, following a rigorous assessment process by experts working in the Creative Industries. The Creative Skillset Tick is awarded to practice-based courses which best prepare students for a career in the industry.
Teaching Staff, BA (Hons) Journalism
Diane Maclean, Subject Group Leader, Journalism
Allan Boughey, Programme Leader
Professor Alistair Duff
James Blake, Senior Lecturer
Katie Duff, Lecturer
Claire Trodden, Lecturer
June Stobie, Lecturer
Alex Kocic, Lecturer