How I became a… foreign correspondent

How I became a… foreign correspondent

Speaking from Mumbai to aspiring journalists gathered via Zoom, Joe Wallen detailed his career as The Telegraph’s south east Asia foreign correspondent, and the path he took to get there.  Here, part-time News Associates trainee Ellen Murphy tells us what she learnt....
Why you should apply to The School of Journalism

Why you should apply to The School of Journalism

Do you want to study journalism at university? Here’s why you should apply to The School of Journalism in London or Manchester. The School of Journalism is a BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism degree, offered through a unique collaboration between the UK’s number one...
How to fact-check as a journalist

How to fact-check as a journalist

‘Post-truth’ was Oxford Dictionary’s 2016 word of the year and Collins Dictionary chose ‘fake news’ for 2017. In 2021, the rise of misinformation is more threatening than ever, and journalists are at the forefront of the battle against it. Fact-checking has always...
My first journalism job as a news reporter

My first journalism job as a news reporter

Now a news reporter with stories across national papers, Adam Wareing shares his journey since graduating from the School of Journalism last year. What is your job? I’m a reporter at the international press agency Kennedy News and Media. We produce stories for...