MA Journalism - Edinburgh Napier University

course structure: full-time and part-time options available  MA Journalism Part time - Course Details
dates: September to September Fees/Funding - Part time
location: Merchiston & Craighouse Campus MA Journalism Full time - Course Details
Are you an International student? Fees/Funding - Full time
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Train to become a journalist with an intensive, practical course that combines traditional methods and modern technology. It meets the demands of an increasingly multimedia industry, so you'll learn how to research and create content across a range of channels including print, TV, radio and online.
 
We train you to become an accomplished journalist who can make sense of fast moving situations and report a story accurately, with honesty and integrity. You'll learn through practical experience, both in our news rooms and on an industry placement, and we also support you in getting your work published and broadcast.
You'll benefit from studying in a dynamic capital city that is home to many creative industries. You'll make use of Edinburgh as a political, economic and cultural centre to provide a rich source of stories and settings for your work.
 
Connect with Industry at Edinburgh Skillset Screen & Media Academy
Edinburgh Skillset Screen & Media Academy runs a programme of Professional Practice development to support student and graduate professional development through interaction with working industry professionals. The Professional Practice programme at the Screen & Media Academy offers mentoring and work placements as well as a range of masterclasses and Professional Practice workshops.
 
For a list of activities run through the Professional Practice development programme offered at Edinburgh Skillset Screen & Media Academy in the 2008-09 academic session please see the pdf document below
 
Teaching Staff - MA Journalism
Diane Maclean  r [dot] dungar [at] napier [dot] ac [dot] uk (Subject Group Leader) Journalism
 Dr Alistair Duff  a [dot] duff [at] napier [dot] ac [dot] uk (Reader)
 Katie Smith  Lecturer in Journalism
 Kathleen Morgan  Lecturer in Journalism
 June Stobie  Lecturer in Shorthand
 James Blake  Lecturer in Broadcast Journalism
 Kenny Toal  Lecturer in Broadcast Journalism

 

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