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A portfolio of written material which demonstrates skills in written English. This may include articles or blog entries, along with any work which suggests an interest in journalism An interview and written exercise is part of the selection process for those who do not have the entry requirements at the moment For those holding an HNC in Practical Journalism, it may be possible to access year two of the HND. Please contact the Faculty directly Diploma in Creative and Digital Media (SCQF level 7) (Modern Apprentice) Foundation Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media Entry requirement equivalency table If you do not meet the entry criteria for your chosen course, you may be offered an alternative course in the same subject area.
Entry into year two of the BA (Hons) Journalism Studies course at Stirling University will be dependent on: Grade A in both the Graded Units from the HNC and HND years Jobs and further study Graduates have found work with: BBC Scotland DC Thomson The Daily Record The Daily Express The Drum magazine Glasgow Live Glasgow World Newsquest Weekly papers The Scottish Sun STV Hear from Journalism alumni Darren McGarvey and Dani Gibson on what happened after they completed the course. Students who have completed the HND have been successful in gaining entry into year three of the following courses: NCTJ diploma in journalism at Glasgow Clyde College (six-month fast-track) BA (Hons) Journalism / Journalism (Sport) at the University of the West of Scotland BA (Hons) Journalism at Edinburgh Napier University Other destinations: University of Glasgow and University of Strathclyde.
Training on Scottish legal and political affairs is also provided which includes trips to Edinburgh and London. What will I learn? During this HND Practical Journalism course, you will cover a wide range of practical skills – from news writing to mobile journalism. The core focus of the course is on the practical skills that journalists need and editors demand: News writing Feature writing Digital journalism (mobile journalism, data journalism and the use of social media within journalism) Video recording and editing Podcast and radio production Public affairs Law. Students run the college’s newspaper, The Clyde Insider, which allows them to publish written stories as well as mobile journalism pieces and podcasts.
From the beginning of the course, students will be given an insight into how a newsroom functions and the requirements of getting a publication into print and online. The College has its own radio studio where students can create their own podcast programmes, create news bulletins or feature radio programmes. These can be shared across many external and internal platforms. To see some of the work our students have produced and pictures of the trips visit @GCC_Journalism. Entry requirements (minimum) Higher English at C level or above If you do not have this qualification but can provide clear evidence of a commitment to journalism you will be considered for a place. This evidence includes studying a course such as NQ Media.
Making an application For courses starting in August, you can make up to two applications. Applications are made to a course and a first choice of campus. If the course is oversubscribed at your first choice you will be automatically considered for alternative sites and may be made an offer without a further application. I've applied — what happens next? When you apply, you will receive an automated email confirming that we have received your application and will be in contact as per the following stages: If you have the requirements, you will be offered a place on the course. A member of the teaching team will then contact you with further information If you do not hold the entry requirements, you will be asked to take part in an interview via Microsoft Teams, complete a short written assignment and a news quiz Interviews will take place on a regular basis between February and June Information on decisions will be provided within 10 working days of the interview Once an offer is received, you must reply within 10 working days or risk losing your place Once you have accepted your offer, you will be sent further information e.
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HND Practical Journalism | Glasgow Clyde CollegeLocation Cardonald Campus SCQF Level 8 Start Date 28 Aug 2023 Qualification Type HND Course Type Full-Time Duration 2 Years (August to June) The HND Practical Journalism (without shorthand) course produces students ready to thrive in the exciting world of multimedia journalism. The industry has dramatically changed over the last five years and this course has embraced these changes. You’ll learn how to write content for newspapers, magazines and online. A new podcasting unit will allow you to produce your own podcasts and you’ll have the chance to record and edit your own news video packages.
Articulation Routes An articulation agreement is in place with Glasgow Caledonian University and Stirling University. Entry into year three of the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism course at Glasgow Caledonian University will be dependent on: Satisfactory completion of the above HND Grades AB/BA from the Graded Units in first and second year Interview Portfolio review.
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