Undergraduate

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This could be you!

Learn the skills you need to be a modern day journalist or TV producer

Tell powerful stories

Whether you're interested in a journalism career, or looking for a creative future producing exciting digital content for TV and video audiences, we've got the undergraduate programme for you. Whether you see yourself in front of the camera, behind the lens, in the director's chair, part of the script-writing team, creating an award-winning podcast or writing for a news team, our BA programmes have the answer. 

Build your future: Gain crucial industry experience with our three-year Journalism BA. You develop all the skills and industry links you need for a career in this invigorating industry with modules in reporting and writing, convergent journalism, history, and law and politics. In your final year, you choose from a range of elective modules including sports journalism, travel journalism, reporting conflict, propaganda, and advanced multimedia storytelling. You can also choose to complete a long-form investigative journalism project, a dissertation, or a 30-minute television show.

NCTJ accredited: Our fully accredited programmes meet the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) rigorous requirements. You study for an honours degree while simultaneously preparing for the NCTJ Diploma in Journalism.

100% satisfaction: Of final-year Journalism students who completed the National Student Survey 2021, 100% were satisfied with the overall quality of their course.

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Our Open Days and Applicant Events offer both face-to-face and virtual options and they are a fantastic way to meet our staff and students to find out why you belong at Kent.

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All the skills you need to kickstart your career!

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