Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham Trent University
This interactive afternoon is for Year 12 students who have an interest in or are thinking about studying Broadcast or Print journalism at university. at Nottingham Trent University

University Event


Discover Journalism!

University event offered by Nottingham Trent University

Event Summary:

This interactive afternoon is for Year 12 students who have an interest in or are thinking about studying Broadcast or Print journalism at university.

Full Event Details:

This interactive afternoon is for Year 12 students who have an interest in or are thinking about studying Broadcast or Print journalism at university.

Students will be given a tour of NTU’s fantastic Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism. Based in modern, purpose built premises, our facilities include the largest student newsroom in the country providing an outstanding learning environment.

At its hub is an 85 workstation multimedia newsroom where CBJ students organise news coverage and put together newspapers and magazines plus TV and radio bulletins.

As well as touring CBJ, academic staff and current CBJ undergraduates will speak to students about the courses on offer at NTU, including information about how to make your UCAS application form stand out and what is required from a potential journalist.

The afternoon will finish with students having the opportunity to have-a-go at either presenting in front of a camera or creating a magazine /newspaper front page.

If you have any queries or would like further information, please email Lucy Chapman.

There are limited places on this event so please book early to avoid any disappointment. Places can be booked using our online booking form. Bookings are welcome from individual students or school/college groups.

*For group bookings please be aware of the following:

Priority will be given to schools and colleges in the East Midlands. We focus our resources and efforts on the following target groups:

-those who were previously identified as being in the Aimhigher cohort
-those who come from a disadvantaged background
-those who are in receipt of free school meals
-those who are from a care background
-those who have a disability.

Suitable For:
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)

Duration: Half Day

Min. Students: 1

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