The results tables for 2014-15 have been published on the NCTJ website.
The results tables help prospective students to make an informed choice about which course is most appropriate for them. They also inform recruiting editors and enable centres offering accredited courses to compare their performance.
The tables show individual results tables for each accredited course in the UK, along with performance information for each module of the Diploma in Journalism qualification. To gain the qualification, students must pass all the core modules and a minimum of two specialist options all at grades A to E, and achieve at least 60 words per minute (wpm) shorthand.
Students achieving grades A to C in all the core modules and in a minimum of two specialist options, and at least 100wpm shorthand will gain their qualifications with the industry gold standard.
Searchable performance figures for NCTJ courses based on the following categories are available:
- Provider type
- Course type
To view the results tables, please see here.