You will never be just a number on the journalism course at the University of Gloucestershire. We will know you, care about you and challenge you to be the best possible version of yourself.
We teach the very latest industry techniques and technology, along with the evergreen basics of finding, developing and writing stories.
But we also teach confidence so that you’ll be at home telling those stories in print, online, for social, for TV, on radio and via podcasts.
Now – at a time when the media industry is facing huge uncertainty – we are committed to relationships with industry that leave no stone unturned in the relentless drive to make our graduates hugely employable.
NCTJ elective modules offered:
- Videojournalism for digital platforms
- Media law court reporting
- Public affairs for journalists
- Shorthand for journalists
- Journalism for a digital audience
Job destinations of recent graduates include:
- Bath Chronicle
- BBC Points West
- Daily Express
- Prima magazine
When I look back to studying journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, I recall learning the basics from the best industry professionals out there in the field and putting them into practice with the comfort of some the best support by my side. From recording my own radio bulletin and getting to grips with the crazy language of shorthand, to finally, having the confidence to walk into my first newsroom and say, ‘I am now a qualified multimedia journalist.’ It was the best thing I have ever done and I wouldn't change it for the world.Ellie Kirwin-Jones, celebrity and entertainment writer, OK! magazine