NCTJ law revision sessions

May
07

All students re-sitting NCTJ law exams on June 10th please note - there are two revision sessions on Tuesday June 2nd. Both are in Room M1-22 and are open to all students who're re-sitting regardless of Year group. From 1.30pm - 3pm the session is for Essential Media Law re-sitters and from 3.30pm - 5pm it's for Court Reporting people. 

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NCTJ law revision sessions M1-22

May
07
Event date: 
2 June 2015 - 1:30pm

Essential Media Law revision session 1.30 - 3pm. Court Reporting revision session 3.30 - 5pm. Room M1-22. Open to all re-sitters from any year group. 

 

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CFJ 3rd Years get ALL the jobs

May
01

Exams haven't even started and two of our BA 3rd years students have already secured themselves a job. Jade Edwards and Cecily Snowball join the likes of Sara Malm and Clarissa Place by getting a job before graduation. #SoMuchWin

Jade Edwards will be the Centre's latest contribution to the KM group and will join the team at the Gravesend office, where MA grad Ben Kennedy is already well established. 

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Journo job hunting

May
01

I know some of you are combining a bit of job hunting mid-revision (KEEP REVISING!) so here are some tools to help. I made this twitter list with useful accounts to follow who post frequent journalism jobs. You can simply subscribe to the list and make sure you check it every once in a while.

Also keep an eye on our @CfjKent because some wizard manages that and constantly tweets fabulous jobs. 

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NCTJ law exams - congratulations to Year 2s and MAs

Apr
28

Well done to the many Year 2 and MA students who passed last month's NCTJ law exams. Special mention to the Year 2 group who took Court Reporting. Four Grade As and four Grade Bs was was an excellent total.

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You know about Rupert - now meet his Dad.......

Apr
28

If you're studying History of Journalism - or even if you're not - try to watch "Gallipoli - when Murdoch went to war" on iplayer. It's a docudrama which went out on BBC2 last Saturday night to coincide with Anzac Day. Fascinating insight into Rupert's father and the part he played in exposing the horrors of the ill-fated 1915 Gallipoli campaign. Was he a slightly slippery character......or not?  

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Job Vacancy

Apr
24

Elite Reports, global media agency, has a vacancy for someone about to graduate.  See attached for details.  Please contact Suzanna Howes, Project Development, 00351 934 126 762, showse@elitereports.net

 

 

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Internship opportunity with UN Human Rights communications department in Geneva

Apr
23

The Media Unit in the Communications Section at the UN Human Rights Office seeks an intern with excellent research skills, a good understanding of world media and fluency in English for an internship. The ideal candidate would be able to work independently, with minimal supervision, in compiling daily press clippings relevant to the Office's work; in monitoring the media to study the impact that our press products have on actual coverage; and in undertaking other tasks, including research, as assigned by the Media Officers and Spokesperson.

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JN805 exam revision rescheduled

Apr
22

There will be exam revision for JN805 on Tuesday May 12 from 9-11am in Pilkington 106. See you there.

 

 

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JN300 Revision Sessions

Apr
21

Revision sessions will be held in the UG newsroom on the following dates:

12.05 at 11.00; 14.05 at 2.00; 19.05 at 11.00; 22.05 at 11.00

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