Journalism training

By Kingston University | 04 Sep 2013
Kingston's journalism courses are among the best in the country. In terms of student satisfaction, employment of graduates, starting salaries and making journalism the most interesting it can be, we believe we can't be beaten.
By Alan Selby | 06 Mar 2013
Mirror’s reopened trainee scheme: It is ‘a factory of talented young journalists’
George Arbuthnott
By Bethan Haf Marsh | 06 Mar 2013
The Mail on Sunday’s George Arbuthnott has been named winner of The Sunday Times’ inaugural Marie Colvin scholarship.
Credit: Reuters
By William Turvill | 13 Feb 2013
Applications for undergraduate journalism courses have risen by 1.4 per cent following a near 20 per cent dip last year.
By William Turvill | 07 Feb 2013
How to get a job at... the Evening Standard or Independent: 'You must have an absolute commitment and hunger for journalism and writing'
Credit: Reuters
By Carolina Are | 25 Jan 2013
How to get a job at... Sky News: Don’t apply unless you are totally committed to news
New Broadcasting House. Credit: Reuters
By William Turvill | 17 Jan 2013
How to get a trainee job at... the BBC: The most important thing is to get work experience
By Andrew Pugh | 10 Jan 2013
The National Union of Journalists has called for adverts for unpaid internships to be outlawed. General secretary Michelle Stanistreet told the Low Pay Commission that while low pay was an issue across the media industry, working for free was becoming a “worrying trend”.
Emma Slater and Press Gazette editor Dominic Ponsford at last month's British Journalism Awards
By Camilla Turner | 03 Jan 2013
Investigative journalist by day and musical theatre performer by night, 26-year-old Emma Slater was recognised earlier this month when she scooped the title New Journalist of the Year at Press Gazette’s first British Journalism Awards.
By William Turvill | 03 Jan 2013
How to get a trainee job at... the Daily Mail: Ask for help, be cheerful and read papers every day
Trinity Mirror HQ. Picture: Reuters
By William Turvill | 14 Dec 2012
Trinity Mirror is to reopen its trainee scheme, five years after it closed it down.
By William Turvill | 05 Dec 2012

The Sun’s editorial graduate scheme takes on four graduates each year. Candidates must have an NCTJ qualification, with 100 words-per-minute shorthand.

Ed Conway
By Ed Conway | 04 Dec 2012
Sky News economics editor Ed Conway explains why economics has been the backdrop to some of the biggest stories over the past four years – and how some of his biggest scoops came from figures no one else had the appetite to dig into.
Rohit Kachroo
By Press Gazette | 15 Nov 2012

Rohit Kachroo was sponsored by Carlton Television to do a postgraduate course in broadcast journalism at Cardiff University.

By William Turvill | 13 Nov 2012
The Evening Standard and Independent titles are to “go back to the future” and take on school-leaver apprentices next year as part of a new scheme run by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).
Angela Phillips
By Press Gazette | 07 Nov 2012
When four journalism educators lined up in front of Lord Justice Leveson to discuss the state of ethics teaching on journalism courses there was one thing we all agreed upon: we teach ethical journalism but we cannot protect our students against the demands of unethical news organisations.
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By Press Gazette | 23 Oct 2012

Ruth Sherlock, named Young Journalist of the Year at the 2012 British Press Awards, moved straight to the Middle East after graduating from Durham University in 2010. She is now a Daily Telegraph foreign correspondent.

By William Turvill | 18 Oct 2012
University of Sheffield students won all three awards at last week's annual Magazine Academy competition.
Brian Flynn
By Press Gazette | 16 Oct 2012
The Sun's Brian Flynn: 'Stories, cuttings and contacts - they're the only qualifications you'll need'

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