Getting into Journalism
This year’s third JournoFest panel focussed on ‘The art of investigative journalism’, including the skills needed to succeed in the field.
This year’s second JournoFest panel focussed on ‘Levelling up the media landscape’ and the differences between regional and national news.
BBC Breakfast and Radio 5 Live Breakfast presenter Rachel Burden was the keynote speaker for our first JournoFest in Manchester.
Trainee Mia Williams shares how she spent her £1,000 summer bursary making a documentary exploring period poverty in the UK.
A group of The School of Journalism trainees got the opportunity to network with top names in journalism at the exclusive London Press Club Ball.
News Associates’ renowned journalism conference JournoFest is back for the second time this year…in Manchester!
The Global Academy and News Associates have teamed up to offer a journalism qualification to 16-18-year-old students.
School of Journalism trainee Holly Nichols shares how she spent her £1,000 summer bursary working for The Times.
School of Journalism trainee Cymbeline Young shares how he spent his £1,000 summer bursary working for BBC Wales.
Journalism in 2023 involves much more than writing articles. Here is everything we know about Threads and how to use it as a journalist!
News Associates is delighted to have teamed up with The Times to deliver their inaugural Summer Academy.
After weeks of anticipation and planning our trainees were out in full force to cover the coronation of King Charles III.
Local elections took place across Greater Manchester on May 4, 2023, and News Associates Manchester trainees covered them all – attending every single one of the region’s vote counts.
Our JournoFest panellists discuss the question ‘what is the next big thing in journalism?’ and how AI will transform the journalism industry.
This year’s second JournoFest panel focussed on ‘What makes journalism great?’, and discussed the core elements of compelling journalism.
Times Newspapers chairman John Witherow was the keynote speaker for our seventh annual journalism conference JournoFest.
If you change your mind or don’t get the grades you need for your firm or insurance choice, you can apply through UCAS Clearing.
If you’ve applied for university and used all five of your original UCAS choices, UCAS Extra gives you another chance to gain a place.
News Associates hosted legendary BBC broadcast journalist Victoria Derbyshire for a talk and Q&A with our London and Manchester trainees.
News Associates’ annual journalism conference JournoFest is back for its seventh year!
News Associates won ‘Innovation of the Year’ at the NCTJ Awards for Excellence for the second time, while two graduates also scooped top prizes.
Travel, lifestyle and entertainment freelance journalist Karen Edwards shared her advice and experiences with News Associates.
So you’ve made it to journalism TikTok, what now? The app is no longer associated with dancing videos, but is saturated with the latest news.
Times Newspapers chairman John Witherow is the keynote speaker for our seventh annual journalism conference JournoFest.
Second year and third year School of Journalism trainees share their advice for first year journalism degree students
Now an assistant producer at GB News, Mariana Viveiros shares her journey since graduating from the School of Journalism.
Now a news reporter for Hull Live, Rahima shares her journey since graduating from the School of Journalism.
A School of Journalism trainee is nominated for ‘Podcast of the Year’ in the NCTJ Awards for Excellence 2022.
Second year School of Journalism trainee Finn Toal shares how he spent his £1,000 summer bursary covering the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
School of Journalism trainee Andreas Shinarakis shares how he spent his £1,000 summer bursary covering the European Championships in Munich.
We offer each of our trainees a summer bursary of up to £1,000 every summer of their degree to spend on journalism work experience or a journalism project, giving them the unique opportunity to travel and explore the areas of journalism they are passionate about.
Final year trainee Lily explains how she covered the Women’s Euro 2022 for MailOnline for her summer bursary placement.
A group of School of Journalism trainees got the opportunity to network with top names in journalism at the exclusive London Press Club Ball.
If you change your mind or don’t get the grades you need for your firm or insurance choice, you can still apply to university through UCAS Clearing.
The School of Journalism is thrilled to be hosting a graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020 and 2021 this summer.
News Associates has launched three new online publications to cover news, entertainment and sport across every corner of London.
This year’s local elections were a key test of the national political mood, and News Associates and The School of Journalism trainees were on the frontline of reporting crucial vote counts in London and Greater Manchester.
Speaking from Mumbai, Joe Wallen detailed his career as The Telegraph’s south east Asia foreign correspondent and how he got there.
If you’ve applied for university in 2022 and used all five of your original choices, UCAS Extra gives you another chance to gain a place.
Washington Post race and ethnicity reporter Emmanuel Felton shared how he built a journalism career in the United States.
Political journalist Adam Payne shared how he developed his career as a lobby reporter during an exciting time in British politics.
National newsroom editor Abbie Llewelyn shared her experience of covering national stories and developing her journalism career.
Second year trainee Will Evans tells us about how he spent his summer bursary filming a sports documentary.
Graduate Matt D’Henin tells us about how he spent his summer bursary on an internship with an extreme sports media network.
It’s the beginning of a new year and editors and reporters across the country are sharing their journalism predictions for 2022.
Trainee Joseph Marshall tells us about how he spent his summer work experience covering local stories in Hampstead, Highgate and Camden.
Making a great journalism portfolio is a key first step on the way to a career in the media. Here are the best websites you can use to build one.
First year trainee Julius Lawless-Master tells us what he learnt about routes into journalism from our guest panellists.
Second year trainee Jess Sharkey tells us about how she spent her summer covering local stories at work experience for Teesside Live.
Second year trainee Lily Jobson tells us about how she spent her summer doing work experience in the MailOnline national newsroom.