BA (Hons) Journalism
Start date: 19/08/24
Last date to apply: 30/04/24
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Journalism - Pathway to Ulster University
Key Benefits of the program
20 Lacs Savings when you study Ulster transfer program through KCIC.
Final 1 year in Belfast, UK 240 credits in KCIC and 120 credits in the UK
2 Years Post Study work visa.
Ulster employability rates is 94%
Average salary for a Journalism graduate in the UK is £37,692 per year.
PROGRAM STRUCTURE AND FEES
The Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Journalism at Ulster University is a transformative three-year program that begins with two foundational years at Kings Cornerstone International College, followed by an immersive final year at Ulster University. This dynamic curriculum provides students with a comprehensive skill set, covering various aspects of journalism such as news reporting, feature writing, digital journalism, and multimedia storytelling. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on fostering critical thinking, ethical journalism practices, and proficiency in communication technologies. Graduates emerge well-prepared for diverse roles in the dynamic field of journalism, with opportunities spanning prominent media organizations in the UK, including the BBC, ITV, Sky News, The Guardian, and other regional newspapers and online platforms. The BA (Hons) Journalism program not only equips students with a solid foundation for successful journalism careers but also provides them with practical insights and a global perspective that are increasingly valuable in the ever-evolving media industry.
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