By William Turvill 30 January 9:41
According to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), 3,215 students started undergraduate journalism courses last year.
Daily Mail offering two disadvantaged young people route into journalism via Stephen Lawrence trainee schemeBy Ashley Kirk 13 January 14:06
The Daily Mail has launched a new trainee scheme aimed at brining two aspiring journalists from disadvantage backgrounds into the media
By William Turvill 30 October 11:24
Last week, Press Gazette revealed that 55 journalists – 10 per cent of the Telegraph’s editorial staff – are set to lose their jobs in the latest round of cuts.
By Press Gazette 06 October 15:12
ITN is looking for eight school-leavers to join the news broadcaster via a new 18-month paid apprenticeship programme.
'From covering council meetings to Bedford's biggest sunflower, I love what I do' - BBC hosts Journalism Diversity FundBy Dominic Ponsford 26 September 9:31
Efforts to counter the lack of economic and ethnic diversity in journalism were recognised at the BBC’s New Broadcasting House yesterday as the boradcaster hosted recipients of the NCTJ Journalism Diversity Fund
By Press Gazette 05 September 15:02
The first UK secondary school specialising in digital media opened this week.
By Press Gazette 19 August 12:15
Twenty aspiring journalists from around the UK are to take part in a week-long summer school next hosted by News UK.
Blackpool Gazette reporter scores excellence hat-trick as 72 per cent pass NCTJ senior journalist testBy Dominic Ponsford 13 August 8:38
A newly-qualified senior reporter for the Blackpool Gazette has scooped three of the four NCTJ excellence awards as he was among 50 journalists to make the grade as senior reporters passing the National Qualification in Journalism.
By Joanna Turvill 24 July 8:40
Exeter College sixth form student Joanna Turvill was among attending News UK’s Academy open day in London last month. Here, she gives her take on the day and picks out some of the best quotes and advice from speakers at the event.
Piers Morgan, Jon Snow, Ian Hislop, Kay Burley and others on why they WOULD recommend journalism to their childrenBy William Turvill 29 May 8:59
Press Gazette’s story this week that Radio 4 Today presenter John Humphrys would advise his children and grandchildren against pursuing a career in journalism has proved to be one of our most talked about of the year.
By William Turvill 19 May 10:03
The newspaper is offering two £6,000 awards under the bursary, one for an aspiring foreign correspondent, and another for a journalist with experience of working in Lebanon, the occupied West Bank or Israel.
By Press Gazette 08 April 8:39
The Duke of York has given his backing to journalism apprenticeship schemes, describing them as "not the route to cheap labour" but "about gaining a skill".
By Press Gazette 21 March 15:00
Leeds University's student newspaper has been forced to cease printing because of a funding shortfall.
By Press Gazette 21 March 8:42
Applications have opened for the second round of a £25,000 bursary scheme for young journalists who want to write about politics and government.
By Press Gazette 13 March 7:05
Channel 4 has opened applications for the next round of its investigative journalism training scheme - with applications due by the end of this month.
By Press Gazette 05 March 7:30
Some of the UK's biggest employers of journalists have signed up to a new government apprenticeship scheme and will work together to develop a new national set of standards for journalism trainees.
By Jack Fenwick 03 March 16:22
After criticism that the Corporation isn't diverse enough, a new journalism apprenticeship scheme is to be launched by the BBC later this year.
By Darren Boyle 25 February 10:50
The Scottish government is backing a scheme developed by the National Union of Journalists to employ up to 50 new apprentices in the media industry.
By Press Gazette 30 January 16:22
Here available again as a free digital magazine is Press Gazette's 2012 guide to journalism training.
News UK launches News Academy for sixth formers as part of 'core purpose' to find 'sustainable model' for journalismBy Jimmy Nicholls 30 January 10:10
News UK last night launched a 'News Academy' which invites sixth formers around the UK to learn more about becoming a journalist.