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Multimedia Journalism (Joint Honours) BA/BSc (Hons)

Key Facts

  • Level:

    Undergraduate

  • Duration:

    3 years full time
    4 - 6 years part time

  • Starting:

    September

  • Fees UK:

    Full Time: £9,250
    Part Time: £1,465 per 20 credit module

  • Fees International:

    Full Time: £13,000

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For questions regarding study and admissions please contact us:

UK/EU Students enquiries

study@northampton.ac.uk
0300 303 2772

International Students enquiries

international@northampton.ac.uk
+44 (0)1604 894503

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Overview


This multi-disciplinary course combines practical training in radio, TV, newspaper, magazine and online journalism with academic study and is the perfect foundation for a career in journalism. Your studies will be reinforced by opportunities to get involved with regular student publications and websites, consolidating what you have learned through your course.

 

Updated 25/05/2021

Highlights


  • Specialist facilities, studios and recording equipment available.
  • Volunteer on our own community radio station NLive
  • Benefit from industry links and get work experience with companies such as BBC Radio.
  • Cross platform approach to content and skills.

Course Content


  • Through this course you will develop a critical understanding of the professional skills you will need as a journalist, in a world where communication technologies play an increasingly central role.

    We focus on the practical skills that you will need to get a working knowledge of the media industry. You will produce magazines, news blogs and radio and TV packages, as well as running your own blog site, offering the opportunity to showcase your work. As well as the study of print, online and broadcast journalism practices, the course is underpinned by modules exploring and honing writing techniques and skills.

    Studying Multimedia Journalism as a Joint honours degree allows you to study another subject alongside. You can study them both equally, or focus on one more than the other, creating a major/minor split.

    Report LIVE on current events

    Joint honours students join single honours students reporting the results of the General Election live on our community radio station NLive. See highlights below:

     

    Changing Futures Week

    Our annual Changing Futures Week is an exciting event and an excellent opportunity for our students to explore the potential of their course and understand where their university experience can lead them beyond graduation. It offers a unique chance to network with high profile industry professionals from the arts, TV, film, fashion and more.

  • 21/22 Tuition Fees

    Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 21/22 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.

    • UK – Full Time: £9,250
    • UK – Part Time: £1,465 per 20 credit module
    • International – Full Time: £13,000
    Additional costs
    • Printing costs: £50+ per year.
    • External hard drive to store material: £50.
    • Travel on News days to stories: No more than £50

    Optional
    Subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. This will give you access to creative tools at home and costs £15 per month.

    20/21 Tuition Fees

    Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 20/21 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.

    • UK and EU – Full Time: £9,250
    • UK and EU – Part Time: £1,450 per 20 credit module
    • International – Full Time: £12,900
    Additional costs
    • Printing costs: £50+ per year.
    • External hard drive to store material: £50.
    • Travel on News days to stories: No more than £50

    Optional
    Subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. This will give you access to creative tools at home and costs £15 per month.

     

    For information on the scholarships available to you, please see our scholarships page.

     

  • Our Multimedia Journalism Joint Honours has some great combinations so you can tailor your degree to your ambitions. Here are the following course combinations available to you:

  • You will be taught through a variety of methods including lectures, seminars, practical workshops, group work, individual work and self-directed study. You will be assessed in a variety of ways including the compilation of practical portfolios, essays, oral presentations and practical projects.

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