Journalism and Media Week gives students the opportunity to hear from industry experts representing the UK's leading broadcasters, newspapers, magazines and digital media experts.
Over a week of talks, workshops, Q&A sessions and networking, these experts will provide a unique insight into what it's like to work in today's Journalism and Media industries.
Journalism and Media Week: 5 - 8 November 2018
Journalism and Media Week has established a reputation for bringing some of the key figures in the industry to Leeds, and this year, the University celebrates 10 years of Journalism and Media Week with an exciting line-up of speakers.
You'll have the opportunity to listen to, work with, network and learn from a wide range of professionals who are the top of their profession. Hear from:
- Creator of Great British Bake Off Richard McKerrow
- Editor of The One Show Sandy Smith
- President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Sarah Hall
- ITV news anchor Nina Hossain
- Award-winning documentary-maker Anna Hall
- Sports broadcaster Andy May
- And many more including recent Leeds Trinity graduates and notable alumni who have forged exciting careers in the industry.
All of our speakers will provide a unique insight into their roles, how to get into the industry, what to expect, how to succeed once you are there and how to improve your chances of success. A full timetable of talks and workshops will be released in the next few weeks.
The week at a glance:
Who should attend?
While the majority of guests will be studying Journalism and Media at Leeds Trinity and other universities, the week is open to anyone with an interest in a career in Journalism or Media, those already working in the industry, and those who just want to hear more from our speakers!
Everyone is welcome to attend any session at Leeds Trinity's Journalism and Media Week.
We also welcome students from schools and colleges – individually or in groups – please contact Steven Forsyth in our Student Recruitment and Outreach Team on
firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can arrange this, and prospective students who may be considering studying with us from 2019.
How to book
If you're a student at Leeds Trinity University, there's no need to book for any of the talks – just simply turn up to each session. However, you will be asked to sign up for the workshops which have limited availability. Book your workshops via
If you don't study at Leeds Trinity, please contact
email@example.com and let us know which days/talks you're interested in attending. If you'd like to book a visit for a school or college, email Steven Forsyth on