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Lambeth College, London

Lambeth College, Clapham Centre, 45 Clapham Common South Side, London SW4 9BL.

Contact: Roz McKenzie

email: rmckenzie@lambethcollege.ac.uk

website: http://www.lambethcollege.ac.uk/life-at-lambeth/creative-arts-and-media/journalism/

NCTJ Diploma in Magazine Journalism

Course Overview

This course provides trainee journalists with the knowledge and skills for professional entry-level journalism. Students will take exams set by the National Council for the Training of Journalists and will be awarded an NCTJ Diploma if successful. Students are also encouraged to undertake work placements and will be helped to secure placements of their choice in a variety of media organisations. The course is full-time fast-track (18 weeks plus college holidays)

Course content

All candidates must achieve the five mandatory subjects and the two specialist options to gain the NCTJ Diploma:

Mandatory subjects:

• Reporting
• Essential Media Law
• Essential Public Affairs
• Portfolio
• Teeline shorthand

Specialist options:

• Production Journalism
• Business of Magazines

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have a degree or relevant industry experience and will need to pass the NCTJ pre-entry test with a score of 60 per cent or above.

Careers

Reporting for newspapers, magazines, online, broadcasters or PR.

Course fees and how to apply: Apply online at http://www.lambethcollege.ac.uk/courses/magazine-journalism-nctj-level-3-diploma/

Course fees for 2014-2015

Under 24s: £1,050

(Concessions for low income and unemployed available. Check eligibility with Lambeth College Enrolment:
020 7501 5010)

Over 24s: £2,500

Student Loans are available from the government: (Only re-payable when earning over £21,000 per year) Go to: www.scola.ac.uk/enrol/loans-for-level-3-courses

Contact

Roz McKenzie
Course Leader and Journalism Lecturer
e: rmckenzie@lambeth.ac.uk  t: 020 7501 5496

Follow us on twitter @Lambethjournos

NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Journalism

Course Overview

This course provides trainee journalists with the knowledge and skills for professional entry-level journalism. Students will take exams set by the National Council for the Training of Journalists and will be awarded an NCTJ Diploma if successful. Students are also encouraged to undertake work placements and will be helped to secure placements of their choice in a variety of media organisations. The course is full-time for one year.

Course content

All candidates must achieve the five mandatory subjects and the two specialist options to gain the NCTJ Diploma:
Mandatory subjects:

• Reporting
• Essential Media Law
• Essential Public Affairs • Portfolio
• Teeline shorthand

Specialist options:

• Production Journalism
• Court Reporting

In addition, students will be trained in Broadcasting for radio and television and will be able to submit news or feature packages as part of their Portfolio.

Entry Requirements

Applicants need to have 2 A-levels (grades A* – C) or equivalent, with GCSE English (grade A* – B) and Maths (grade A* – C), and will be required to take the NCTJ pre- entry test.

Mature students who do not meet these requirements but have relevant experience will also be considered.
Your commitment and interest in the subject will also be assessed at interview.

Careers

Reporting for newspapers, magazines, online, broadcasters or PR.

Course fees and how to apply: Apply online at http://www.lambethcollege.ac.uk/courses/multi-media-journalism-nctj-level-3-diploma/

Course fees for 2014-2015

Under 24s: £1,500

(Concessions for low income and unemployed available. Check eligibility with Lambeth College Enrolment:
020 7501 5010)

Over 24s: £4,170

Student Loans are available from the government (Only re-payable when earning over £21,000 per year) Go to: www.scola.ac.uk/enrol/loans-for-level-3-courses

Contact

Roz McKenzie
Course Leader and Journalism Lecturer
e: rmckenzie@lambeth.ac.uk  t: 020 7501 5496

Follow us on twitter @Lambethjournos

NCTJ Diploma in Newspaper Journalism

Course Overview

This course provides trainee journalists with the knowledge and skills for professional entry-level journalism. Students will take exams set by the National Council for the Training of Journalists and will be awarded an NCTJ Diploma if successful. Students are also encouraged to undertake work placements and will be helped to secure placements of their choice in a variety of media organisations.

The course is full-time fast-track (18 weeks plus college holidays)

Course content

All candidates must achieve the five mandatory subjects and the two specialist options to gain the NCTJ Diploma:

Mandatory subjects:

• Reporting
• Essential Media Law
• Essential Public Affairs
• Portfolio
• Teeline shorthand

Specialist options:

• Videojournalism for Online (from Sept 2015)
• Court Reporting

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have a degree or relevant industry experience and will need to pass the NCTJ pre-entry test with a score of 60 per cent or above.

Careers

Reporting for newspapers, magazines, online, broadcasters or PR.

Course fees and how to apply: Apply online at http://www.lambethcollege.ac.uk/courses/newspaper-journalism-nctj-level-3-diploma/

Course fees for 2014-2015

Under 24s: £1,050

(Concessions for low income and unemployed available. Check eligibility with Lambeth College Enrolment:
020 7501 5010)

Over 24s: £2,500

Student Loans are available from the government (Only re-payable when earning over £21,000 per year) Go to: www.scola.ac.uk/enrol/loans-for-level-3-courses

Contact

Roz McKenzie
Course Leader and Journalism Lecturer
e: rmckenzie@lambeth.ac.uk  t: 020 7501 5496

Follow us on twitter @Lambethjournos

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