Do you aspire to work in radio or TV in front of the camera as a news presenter, reporter or foreign correspondent or want to work behind the scenes as a producer, editor or researcher?
NTU can help you become a successful broadcast journalist employing a diverse range of personal and professional skills. As well as having excellent communication and presentation skills, you'll be a project manager, creative writer, researcher and technical expert.
This is a vocational degree that combines practical training and professional work placements, with a solid academic base. You'll be situated in purpose built facilities in the Centre for Broadcasting & Journalism, where you'll not only learn the skills needed to work in a broadcast newsroom, but also have the opportunity to contribute to news programmes and website content for local television station, Notts TV.