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The role of the journalist in an increasingly global and super-complex world is a vital one that also offers graduates a fascinating work environment particularly for those journalists who reach the top in their field of journalism. The Journalism Specialisation teaches you how to produce articles for a broad range of publications and offers full coverage of the journalism skill set including investigative journalism, research skills, internet journalism, sub-editing and much more to ensure you’re completely up to date with journalism’s newest trends.

Whether you want to become a professional interviewer and profile writer or learn to write reviews for entertainment publications and newspapers, you will also work with the finest industry standard equipment to master the art of photojournalism and acquire the skills to become a career photojournalist. Everything taught will help you prepare your portfolio for those all-important career interviews.

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When can I apply and how much are the Application Fees?

Applications are open all year round.  There are no application fees payable.

  

What do I do if I am accepted?

When you are accepted you will be required to register. In order to register you will need to complete the ‘Registration Contract’ and pay the registration fee and first installment or deposit. Once you have paid and completed the Registration Contract you can return the contract and proof of payment to the campus where you wish to register. 

 

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