Careers in journalism are dynamic, creative and highly competitive. There is an increasing need for well-qualified entrants who are equipped to be effective practitioners within a rapidly changing and converging media environment. Journalism at Brunel offers exciting degrees that address the current needs of industry through a rigorous grounding in the fundamentals – writing, reporting, sourcing and solid editorial judgement. We also equip every student with multi-platform skills to help you adapt to future developments in the field.

Our state-of-the-art news suite was described by The Guardian’s Georgina Henry as the best student newsroom she had ever seen. Students learn the fundamentals of broadcast in our purpose-built radio studio, and editing suites. Industry-standard hardware and software for print, broadcast, and online are taught and made available to our students throughout their time at Brunel.

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Brunel journalism graduate Alan Selby with ITN's Mark Austin after winning the NCTJ's "Student Journalist of the Year" 2013. Alan has also won a much sought place as a Mirror Group Trainee.


 Alan Selby and Mark Austin


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