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The School of Journalism runs free journalism masterclasses and Q&A sessions aimed at those looking to start a degree in 2021 or 2022, all of which are currently run remotely using Zoom. 

The sessions are hosted by our award-winning editors and training team, giving you a glimpse into the industry and the sort of training you’d receive as a student on our BA (Hons) Journalism degree.

MASTERCLASSES AND Q&A SESSIONS

We are running a series of practical journalism masterclasses during February half term for those wishing to dip their toe in the water before taking the plunge and applying for a journalism degree.

The masterclasses for students are free and there will always be a chance at the end of each session to ask questions about anything and everything to do with our courses and getting into journalism.

Where and when? – Because of coronavirus, these sessions will now be taking place remotely using Zoom. Sign up for more details!

  • Tuesday February 16, 7pm-8pm – How to… start your own publication with The Indiependent founder Beth Kirkbride
  • Wednesday February 17, 5pm-6pm – How to… start your own podcast with SportSpielPod co-host and Herts Live digital content lead Alasdair Hooper
  • Thursday February 18, 2pm-3pm – How to… start your own newsletter with Journo Resources founder Jem Collins
  • Friday February 19, 2pm-3pm – How to… become a journalist! Q&A with The School of Journalism’s editorial development manager Lucy Dyer

HOW TO BOOK

Email [email protected], call 0203 026 3781 or fill out the form on the right. Priority will be given to those sitting A-Level exams or equivalent in 2021/2022 and applying for university places in September 2021/2022.

MORE ABOUT US

At The School of Journalism you will be taught by News Associates. News Associates is the UK’s number one NCTJ-accredited journalism school, taking more than 200 trainees a year through their postgraduate Diploma in Journalism at our offices in London and Manchester. Our graduate trainees can be found working at every national newspaper, at broadcasters from the BBC to Sky News, in the local press and across a range of new media, from BuzzFeed to the Huffington Post.

To register for one of our free practical journalism masterclasses/open evenings or to find out more details about our unique BA (Hons) in Journalism programme, fill out the form below and we’ll get back in touch.

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