Masters in Journalism in United Kingdom

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Journalism

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Journalism can involve the study of skills and values needed to develop and report the news. Journalists may cover the news through broadcast media, such as television and radio. Journalists can also be found in print outlets, such as magazines and newspapers.

Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under different governments: the UK Government is responsible for England, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.

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Online Masters Degree in Writing for Script & Screen

Flexible Learning with Falmouth University
Online Full time 2 years February 2019 United Kingdom Saint Ives

This course is designed to equip you with the writing skills, industry know-how, professional skills and experience of collaborative working that the ever-changing industry demands. It aims to create graduates that stand out from the crowd, and who understand how to function within a professional environment across different screen industries. [+]

An online course with optional face-to-face workshops.

Early bird discount up to £1,000.

Overview

The course is designed to equip you with the writing and professional skills, industry know-how and experience of collaborative working, to meet the demands of a constantly evolving industry. It aims to create quick-thinking and adaptable graduates who stand out from the crowd and understand what it takes to work across different screen industries.

Flexible in nature, the course allows you to either develop your portfolio across different platforms or focus on the genres and mediums of interest to you. The course is delivered using a combination of live briefs, independent research and collaborative projects.... [-]


Master in Journalism

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Studying journalism in the UK could be a great opportunity to further your education while receiving international experience in a global field. We have some wonderful programs in the UK where you can specialize in journalism quickly and not have to take any non-related classes. You can do a 3-year bachelor degree or a 1-year graduate degree and save at least one year attending a program in the UK instead of the US. [+]

Studying journalism in the UK could be a great opportunity to further your education while receiving international experience in a global field. We have some wonderful programmes in the UK where you can specialize in journalism quickly and not have to take any non-related classes. You can do a 3-year bachelor degree or a 1-year graduate degree and save at least one year attending a programme in the UK instead of the US. Attending an esteemed programme for journalism in the UK would set you apart in the job market.

Journalism is a field that is ever-changing and international. You would receive invaluable experience studying at one of our partner Universities in locations like London or Glasgow, Scotland, which is the media hub of Scotland and becoming a major hub of the entire UK. In Glasgow, you can study at the University of Strathclyde where they offer a very specialized Masters in Investigative Journalism where working professionals can upgrade their skills with theoretical and practical experience like how to overturn a wrongful conviction.... [-]