Level 3 Digital Journalism

Start Date

Mon Sep 07 2020

Day / Time

Weekdays

Duration

1 year

Campus

Baltic Campus

Level 3 Digital Journalism

Do you have you ambitions to be a traditional or a video journalist, a professional podcaster or a blogger? Then you need to join us and get the video, audio, photography and writing skills to get you there. In the challenging world of digital journalism things are always changing, that's why you need to learn the skills to equip you not only for the jobs of today, but the jobs of tomorrow. Get the skills and knowledge to make your work stand out, be noticed and get you ahead in a competitive yet inspiring field. This course is designed and refined with our industry partners to ensure that we are providing you with the skills you need in an ever-evolving digital workplace or further study at degree level and above. Validated by the world-renowned University of the Arts London (UAL), this full time level three Extended Diploma (equivalent of three A-Levels) is assessed purely on your creative journey and not exams. With this being a two two year course, you receive a 90-credit diploma in the first year, which tops up into the Extended Diploma on completion of the second year. All digital platforms where journalism exists are explored including exciting emerging technologies to challenge and broaden your skills. While working on live briefs with our employer partners you will be developing your confidence, you will be challenged and you will be building a fantastic portfolio. UAL qualifications give you the freedom to explore your potential, take creative risks and find the path that challenges and excites you, giving you the Employment Edge. Learn through experimentation and exploration by engaging with practical and theory sessions, projects, lectures, trips and visits.

We run more of a production house than a school classroom and it will feel like a step into the real world as we see and treat you as creative workers, not school children. You will be produce various digital media products over several exciting projects encompassing video, podcasting, writing for online content and photography. These projects will allow you to obtain a wide-range of theoretical and practical skills to prepare you for your final major project of your choice. You will explore and decide on what your focus may be from a range of experimentation in subject specialisms.

What about after the course?
Future
Careers:
  • Web design and development professionals
  • Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators
  • Graphic designers
What
you could
earn:
Potential
£28,704
Entry level
£11,586
Average
£21,029

Baltic Campus