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JOURNALISM & DIGITAL PUBLISHING EXTENDED DIPLOMA

Cornwall College Camborne | St Austell LEVEL: 3 Arts & Media

Journalism 

If you have a keen passion for current affairs and want to pursue a career as a journalist, editor, or join the sales & marketing departments in the challenging world of media and digital publishing, this course will help give you the skills and knowledge you need to succeed.  You will cover multi-platform journalism, produce real stories for the local press and our award winning magazine “Traffic”. With over 500 successful journalists who have already studied with us, you’re in great company to boost your chosen career.

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Ideal if:

You are interested in pursuing a career in journalism or editorial, production, marketing and sales positions across the world of media and digital publishing.

You’ll need:

four GCSEs at grade C or 5, including English and mathematics.

You’ll learn:

Multi-platform journalism, including newspaper and magazine writing, online, video reporting and editing.

Expect:

To be producing real stories for news providers through a variety of platforms.

You’ll love:

Writing stories for magazine school and getting involved in producing the College magazine ‘Traffic’.

You’ll go on to:

The industry recognised NCTJ Diploma in Journalism.

COURSE IMAGES

A-levels
Arts & Media
Music & Performing Arts
Hospitality & Front of House

COURSE OFFERINGS

JOURNALISM & DIGITAL PUBLISHING EXTENDED DIPLOMA

Start Date

04-09-2017

Campus

Camborne

Duration

2 Years full-time


JOURNALISM & DIGITAL PUBLISHING EXTENDED DIPLOMA

Start Date

04-09-2017

Campus

St Austell

Duration

2 Years full-time


Staff PROFILE

Rory Mason Team Lead - Digital Media

Rory has worked at the College for almost 15 years, after graduating with a broadcasting degree he worked in the media industry in a range of different production roles. Rory pioneered the College's Film School project, an annual two-week intense programme that produces some award-winning student films. They've won 30 awards in the last 10 years, including a notable victory in the SW Royal Television Society 'Undergraduate Comedy and Entertainment' category in 2014, beating third year degree students to the main prize!
Arts & Media

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