On completion of the course and assessment, learners will receive a vocationally-related ‘Level 5 Qualification in Practical International Journalism’ which is regulated by Ofqual. This qualification, which covers all the core elements of being a practical journalist operating in an international arena, is aimed at non-native English speakers. It may also be studied by learners with English as their first language, but it does not prepare them for work as a journalist in the UK.

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