A grounding in journalism, introducing you to mobile journalism, audio skills, television studio, online news, as well as media law, ethics and a professional development which culminates in five-week placement.
In year 2 you delve deeper into radio and television news production, learn more about OFCOM and media law, are introduced to important theories and concepts in journalism studies, and further your journalistic on-line skills. The year culminates in a six-week period of broadcasting for Bradford Community Radio and TV reporting on Yorkshire Voice.
In year 3 you usually begin the year with a professional three week placement where you can make the most of the skills you’ve acquired over the previous 2 years, perfect your audio and visual skills, develop your own website, and study case law and public affairs. You may choose a research dissertation OR professional learning through work where you negotiate a project with an employer.
On this course you will study a range of modules which may include the following: