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Do you aspire to work in radio or TV in front of the camera as a news presenter, reporter or foreign correspondent or want to work behind the scenes as a producer, editor or researcher?
NTU can help you become a successful broadcast journalist employing a diverse range of personal and professional skills. As well as having excellent communication and presentation skills, you’ll be a project manager, creative writer, researcher and technical expert.
This is a vocational degree that combines practical training and professional work placements, with a solid academic base. You’ll be situated in purpose built facilities in the Centre for Broadcasting & Journalism, where you’ll not only learn the skills needed to work in a broadcast newsroom, but also have the opportunity to contribute to news programmes and website content for local television station, Notts TV.
- 100% of our students would recommend this course at NTU (NSS 2018).
- Ranked 12th in the Guardian League Tables 2018 for journalism, publishing and public relations.
- 98% of our broadcast journalism undergraduates are in work or further study within just six months of finishing their degree (DHLE 2016-17).
- In the UK’s Top 20 for student satisfaction (NSS 2018).
The course has been developed in close association with major media organisations and is accredited by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC). This is our guarantee that the course offers innovative and relevant education and training that is highly prized by employers in radio and television.
Learn from expert staff
Our journalism team is made up of expert academic and technical staff that have extensive experience in education and industry. These, together with visiting professionals, provide a rounded, up-to-date education, informed by current practice and industry developments. You’ll also benefit from the extensive knowledge and experience brought to us by prestigious visiting lecturers, who have included: Jon Snow of ITN’s Channel 4 News, BBC correspondents James Reynolds and Richard Bilton, Sunday Telegraph Editor Ian MacGregor and NTU’s former Chancellor Sir Michael Parkinson.
Excellent placement opportunities
You’re expected to undertake a total of three weeks’ of placements in radio and / or television newsrooms, normally during holiday times. Recent students have gone on a placement within the following companies: BBC Radio Nottingham, Sky Sports and Central TV.
You’ll be supported to find a placement with access to a database containing a wide range of contacts for potential work placements, live project opportunities with placements and prizes awarded by companies for successful projects. The Broadcasting and Journalism Industry Consortium, a network of regional and national media organisations, supports the broadcasting and journalism courses at NTU.
You’ll also benefit from final year students and graduates sharing experiences of their own work placement experiences with you. They’ll make recommendations about how best to approach companies and get the most from your experience. You’ll also be able to attend sessions to help you to develop your CV and identify possible work experience opportunities.
You’ll also have the option to take part in an international exchange at a partner university. Or you could source work placements abroad. These options will enable you to gain impressive international experience, and broaden your perspective and career ambitions. You’ll experience other cultures, travel the globe and open your eyes to a world of opportunities. Our exchange partnership with a number of international universities enables you to live and study in another country in your second year.
Careers and employability
Employability is a key focus of this course, with many of the compulsory modules including initiatives to help enhance you future career in journalism. This course also has established links with its former students, through which we receive employment opportunities for graduating students. After studying this course you could go into a variety of roles including:
- producer (Radio, TV, Online)
- editor, sub-editor
- presenter, reporter, news commentator
- camera operators
- production manager
- floor manager
- sound engineer
- lighting engineer,
- technician / technical assistant
Recent graduates from this course have gone on to work for companies including: BBC, ITN, Sky News, Channel 5 News, BBC Five Live, BBC Asian Network, BAFTA, Gem 106, BBC Radio Nottingham, Free Radio Birmingham and BBC Midlands Today.
As well as careers in journalism, graduates have also gone on to work in PR, marketing and advertising. Many graduates have joined or started local enterprises to undertake journalism, creative or media related activities.