Follow this link to find out more about the MA course at Winchester - including the current timetables and teaching plans, and links to the blogs kept by students and tutors.
Follow this link to view the timetable and teaching plans for the first year of the BA course, and for links to blogs kept by first year students.
Follow this link to view the timetable and teaching plans for the second year of the BA course, and for links to blogs kept by second year students.
Follow this link to view the timetable and teaching plans for the third year of the BA course, and for links to blogs kept by third year students.
Broadcast Journalism Training Council Awards
Students from Winchester have dominated the annual national BJTC excellence awards in recent years.
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- POSTGRADUATE COURSES
Postgraduate study takes the form of a staged award – a postgraduate certificate covering the basics of professional skills including shorthand, news reporting, media law and feature writing and magazine work. The postgraduate certificate lasts for one semester, approximately twelve weeks. The postgraduate certificate (BJTC) is followed by the postgraduate diploma which is based around work attachment and live production in our newsroom and studios. This also takes one semester, approximately twelve weeks.
The MA (masters) level is usually taken over the summer. It involves a major journalistic project in the form of a documentary film; a series of magazine articles or an innovative production project. In recent years our students have won a host of national awards for the quality of their work, and this has helped all our students gain entry into the profession.
The courses at Winchester are amongst the best established in the country. The team has helped hundreds of students into the industry over a period of quarter of a century. Winchester students therefore have access to an excellent network of alumni - crucially consisting of students who have entered the industry very recently.
Our location less than an hour south of London provides a perfect combination of access to the capital city, and a beautiful location to live and study on one of the country’s best equipped and supportive campuses.
If you need more information about the masters level please follow the links to the MA website. There you will be able to fill in our online application form. We will normally get back to within a few days. The students and staff at Winchester thank you for your interest and look forward to hearing from you soon.
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JOURNALISM COURSES : THE KEY LINKS
NEWS and NEWSPAPERS