What can I do with my degree in Journalism?
As well as their subject-specific knowledge and skills, a graduate in Journalism will typically have the ability to:
- gather, organise and deploy information, images and data
- engage critically with major practitioners, debates and paradigms within the subject area and put them to productive use
- carry out various forms of research
- reflect upon the relevance of your own cultural commitment and positioning to the practice of journalism.
- complete close analysis
- consider and evaluate your own work
- present information in a variety of ways
- work to deadlines
- work productively in a group or team
- use IT to perform a range of tasks
- identify and define problems, assess possible solutions and discriminate between them
This is not an exhaustive list of skills - you will develop many skills from your course, extra-curricular activities and work experience. You can find out more about the skills employers look for and how you can develop them here.