Journalism: Business, food, sport and travel BA(Hons) 5 Oct 2013 open day presentation

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Journalism: Business, food, sport and travel BA(Hons) 5 Oct 2013 open day presentation

  1. 1. Sport Journalism BA(Hons) Food Journalism BA(Hons) Travel Journalism BA(Hons) Business Journalism BA(Hons)
  2. 2. The only NCTJ fully-accredited Sport Journalism degree in the UK Honours degree, journalism training and NCTJ qualifications 50 places Course website Overtime (www.overtimeonline.co.uk) considered to be in top-four journalism websites in the country
  3. 3. Nationally recognised brand – a ‘kitemark’ of excellence Known and understood by editors, news editors, sports editors Enables you to work in any area of journalism Improves and widens employment opportunities NCTJ exam fees INCLUDED in your course fees
  4. 4. The Degree Course not just about journalism training High-quality academic education including the study of sport policy, politics and media Learn about theory and research methods Transferable skills - verbal and written communication and critical analysis
  5. 5. Course Structure : Sport Journalism BA(Hons) Year 1 News, Ethic s and Shorthand (20) Intro to Sports Journalism (20) Public Affairs (20) Multimedia Journalism (20) Sport, Leisure and Social History OR Intro to Sport Policy (20) Intro to Politics and Sport (20) Year 2 Sports Writing (20) Advanced News Journalism and Shorthand (20) Digital Journalism (20) Media Law (20) Research Methods (20) Sport, Leisure and the Media (20) Year 3 Work Placement (20) Dissertation (40) Advanced Sport Journalism (20) Two options from: Sport Tourism; Politics and Power; Public Relations; Sport Documentaries (Total 40)
  6. 6. Food Journalism BA(Hons) Course Structure Year 1 News, Ethics and Shorthand (20) Introduction to Food Journalism (20) Public Affairs (20) Multimedia Journalism (20) Food Consumer Behaviour (20) Exploring the Agri- Food Sector (20) Year 2 Digital Journalism (20) Advanced News Journalism and Shorthand (20) Food Writing (20) Media Law (20) Food Policy (20) Research Methods (Sem 2) (N Jarvis) (20) Year 3 Work Placement (20) Dissertation (40) Advanced Food Journalism (20) 40 credit elective from: Food, Society and Culture, Gastronomy, Wine Marketing, Contemporary Issues in International Hospitality, Hospitality Consultancy
  7. 7. Travel Journalism BA(Hons) Course Structure Year 1 News, Ethics and Shorthand (20) Introduction to Travel Journalism (20) Public Affairs (20) Multimedia Journalism (20) Fundament als Of Global Travel and Tourism (20) Tourism Impacts (Sem 2) (20) Year 2 Digital Journalism (20) Advanced News Journalism and Shorthand (20) Travel Writing (20) Media Law (20) Tourism, Society and Culture (Sem 1) (20) Research Methods (Sem 2) (N Jarvis) (20) Year 3 Work Placement (20) Dissertation (40) Advanced Travel Journalism (20) 40 credits from: TT300U Contemporary Issues in International Travel & Tourism (20) SZ301U Cruise Management: a Critical Perspective (20) SZ302U Destination Marketing (10) SZ304U e-Travel (10) SZ305U Sport Tourism (20) SZ309U Niche Tourism Trends & Development (10) SZ313U Aviation in the 21st Century (10) SZ314U Business Practices for Corporate Travel (20) SZ395U Public Relations (20)
  8. 8. Business Journalism BA(Hons) Course Structure Year 1 News, Ethics and Shorthand (20) Introduction to Business Journalism (20) Public Affairs (20) Multimedia Journalism (20) Marketing Principles (Sem 2) (20) Economics and Business Environment (Sem 2) (20) Year 2 Digital Journalism (20) Advanced News Journalism and Shorthand (20) Business Writing (20) Media Law (20) Finance for Marketing (Sem 1) (20) Research Methods (Sem 2) (N Jarvis) (20) Year 3 Work Placement (20) Dissertation (40) Advanced Business Journalism (20) 40 credit elective from: Public Relations, Business Strategy; Business Morality; International Management; Change Management
  9. 9. The Learning experience Keynote lectures, small-group seminars, one-to-one tutorials Exams, essays, written journalism, vodcasts, web Individual sports writing feedback – every two weeks
  10. 10. The experts Rob Steen – sports features, The Independent Simon McEnnis – sports news, Sky Sports News trainer Jackie Errigo- law and public affairs, NCTJ chief examiner Jed Novick – multimedia, placements Ben Parsons – shorthand, news writing
  11. 11. The guest speakers Mike Atherton Henry Winter Jacqui Oatley Hugh McIlvanney Andrew Jennings
  12. 12. The placements Sky Sports News The Independent Daily Mail The Times The Guardian Hayters sports agency Eastbourne Herald All Out Cricket Arsenal FC (one year) When Saturday Comes
  13. 13. ‘I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Brighton. The wealth of opportunities that the course created have no doubt given me a sound footing upon which to continue my career’ - Matthew Fortune (Daily Mail sports reporter)
  14. 14. What our graduates say..... •‘The lecturers, who enjoy wonderfully tight relationships with students, have a wealth of wisdom that they are only too happy to share. Initiative is encouraged’ – •Giuseppe Muro, Evening Standard
  15. 15. What our graduates say..... •‘I learnt a great deal about the workings of a newsroom and how to structure and write stories. This has proved invaluable alongside NCTJ media law, which helps me decide what is and isn’t safe for broadcast’ – •Gemma Nash, Sky Sports News sub-editor
  16. 16. What our graduates say..... • ‘I took up PR as my career path, which is part of the course. Chelsea were impressed at my work experience with professional players and managers. The course set me up with that’ - •Jade Fitch, Chelsea FC
  17. 17. Graduate Hall of Fame Lee Price The Sun feature writer Andy Bishop Sky Sports journalist Charlotte Gurney Omnisport production assistant Declan Taylor Hayters sports agency Max Sharp Talksport Russell Moore English Table Tennis web content manager Jon Walton BBC Radio 5 Live production assistant Adam Clark Everton FC programme editor Derren Howard Eastbourne Herald sports editor Tom Caulfield Red Bull public relations Chris Towers Match of the Day magazine Greg Rose Virgin.com editor
  18. 18. How to get here….. Typical offer: A Levels: BBB BTEC Diploma: DDD IB: 32 Course code: P500

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