Working in environments that mirror what you’ll be stepping into as a graduate is one of the ways to build your skills and confidence during your Brunel journalism degree.
We offer our students a number of fantastic spaces and tools for you to hone your skills, and you’ll be supported by experts who will give you the relevant training you’ll need to work at your best.
Journalism has become a digital field and we aim to train you across a number of multimedia platforms so that whether you’re into broadcast journalism, want to be a magazine journalist or one of the many other avenues, you’ll be equipped to work in different media environments. A large part of your time as journalism student at Brunel will be our purpose-built Antonin Artaud Building which houses a number of impressive spaces and software to aide your learning experience.
Take a look at some of our facilities
Designed to reflect the working environment of a real newsroom, the Journalism Newsroom is where you’ll learn and practice creating multimedia news. You’ll have access to a suite of Macs, all with the latest audio-visual software to help you create your work.
Our Radio Studio is comprised of a recording studio that comfortably accommodates four people and a control room that seats a working group of five. The Radio Studio provides students with the latest audio recording software and technology, giving them a professional broadcast experience.
When it’s time to get down to the details of post-production, our edit suites are the perfect place to be. They provide a private workspace, fitted out with the equipment software you need to produce a great end-product. It’s here you’ll really hone your craft and practice industry-standing techniques and workflows.
Giving you everything you need to succeed as a journalism student