Congratulations on excellent NCTJ law results!

Apr
17

Congratulations to the  twenty-three Year 2 and MA students who passed last month's NCTJ Court Reporting exam. We had almost a clean sweep of passes with 12 peple gaining Grade A. Special mention to Stine Wannebo and Jasmin Sahota who, with 87%, are now joint holders of the highest- ever mark by a CfJ student in an NCTJ law exam (sorry Jem!). Very well done to all.

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Job Vacancy - Reporter

Apr
15

We have been notified of a vacancy for a reporter with the Goole Times/Selby Times.  See attached for information.

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NCTJ Public Affairs Exam - Important

Apr
07

The Public Affairs exam is being held on 10 June. The deadline for applications is Monday 19 May.  All year 1 students, Postgrads and anyone wishing to resit should email me with confirmation that they wish to be entered for this exam as soon as possible. 

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Stationers' Foundation Postgraduate Bursary

Apr
04

I'm delighted to be able to confirm that students studying for the MA in Multimedia Journalism in 2014/15 will be eligible to apply for a postgraduate bursary funded by the Stationers' Foundation. The foundation is the charitable arm of the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers which has been involved in the training and education of entrants to the printing and publishing industries since 1557. The award, which is worth £6,000 plus support and mentoring, will be made on the basis of financial need and academic potential. The Centre for Journalism is proud to be associated with the Stationers' Foundation and to be able to offer this valuable bursary.

Further details of all funding opportunties for Centre for Journalism students are available here.

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Revision Sessions

Mar
27

Revision Sessions have so far been scheduled for modules JN300, JN302, JN500, JN512, JN513, JN815, JN805 and JN510 for next term.  The dates and venues are all on the calendar.

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Colossal cash prizes on offer in first ever Centre for Journalism movie challenge

Mar
24

 

The Centre for Journalism movie challenge invites you make a short film of no more than 3’00" duration. The subject: a student’s-eye view of life in the Centre. We don’t want the details of the degree. We don’t want anything dull, technical or bureaucratic. We want your best depiction of the stuff that makes the Centre’s students unique. What makes studying here fun? What do journalism students do when you are not studying?  Where do you live? What do you eat and drink? Where do you dance, play sport or just relax? We want you to sell the student experience in the Centre for Journalism as colourfully and entertainingly as you can. We’ll use the best films to market and recruit students. So, apart from money (see below) and our undying gratitude, what’s in it for you? Well, it could be the prelude to your first BAFTA, perhaps even the launch of an Oscar-winning career.  We have heard (well, OK, invented) rumours that Vanessa Paradis and Jonny Depp are demanding that their agents secure parts for them.

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Year one news challenge teams

Mar
17

Here are the teams for this week's local news challenge. Remember, you are making local newspapers for Medway. They will be published on Friday evening.

Team one

Editor: Abigail Nuttall

Reporters: Vinesh, Jenna, Sheryl, Conor, Charles, Danny, Ben, Cecilie, Adriene

Team two

Editor: Abigail Morris

Reporters: Ali, Lauren, Sarah, Emily, Jake, Jackie, Gemma, Monica

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Conboy research presentation

Mar
16

We are also fortunate to have Professor Martin Conboy, one of Britain's leading journalism scholars, visit the Centre on Friday April 4 at 1pm in the undergraduate newsroom. Professor Conboy, from the Department of Journalism Studies at the University of Sheffield, will present a talk titled: "'Why we are here': Role Perceptions of Journalism in the UK in the British Journalism Review 1989-2013".

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Pendry research presentation

Mar
16

Don't forget our next research seminar this Wednesday (19/3) will be presented by Richard Pendry at 1pm in the undergraduate newsroom. Richard will be talking about his research on the reporting of the conflict in Syria. It will no doubt be a very interesting talk. We look forward to seeing you there.

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