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National Qualification in Journalism Results

The National Qualification in Journalism – otherwise known as the ‘senior’s exam’ – is the established professional qualification for journalists working in the UK regional press and related sectors.

Launched in 2013, it replaced the National Certificate Examination and is overseen by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, the industry’s leading training body.

To pass the NQJ, candidates have to pass each of four separate section – media law and practice, news report, news interview and e-logbooks.

There are three sittings of the exam each year – in March, July and November – with the results usually published 3-4 weeks or so later.

Each set of results is comprehensively covered on HoldtheFrontPage with a complete list of the successful candidates, details of the award-winners for the best papers in each section, and a round-up of the examiners’ comments.

Click on the links below to view our archived coverage of each set of NQJ stories since 2013.

2018

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2017

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2016

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2015

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2014

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2013

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