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Our alumni

Our alumni work across the media from the Financial Times, Guardian, Independent, Telegraph and Daily Mirror, to the BBC, ITN, Company, Readers Digest and Property Week.

The award-winning postgraduate journalism courses at Goldsmiths offer: small, intimate classes; a creative environment; dedicated and innovative professional staff and freelance lecturers; and brand new state of the art facilities.

Innovation is our watchword. We were the first to teach multi-platform journalism, the first to establish our own local news website, the first to introduce entrepreneurial journalism.

We insist that all our students should be both specialists in their chosen media field and capable of working across media platforms. Our courses are broad-based and flexible and prepare students for a multi-media industry, but we care that they are also learning to be the best specialists they can be in their field.

Goldsmiths journalism students run their own local news website catering to the communities living and working along the eastlondonlines. The multimedia site is updated daily and run on commercial lines entirely by students, with staff support.

Our alumni

Our alumni work across the media from the Financial Times, Guardian, Independent, Telegraph and Daily Mirror, to the BBC, ITN, Company, Readers Digest and Property Week.

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Our courses

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MA/MSC in Digital Journalism: is a degree combining journalism and computing. It is the only programme in the UK that teaches out of both Computing and Media in developing Digital Journalists. Every student on our MA applies their skills and prepares for future job opportunities on guaranteed projects and internship placements with one of our Innovation partners.

MA in Journalism: a combination of print and online, newspapers and magazines - students have won the Periodical Training Council magazine awards three times and have been short-listed six times in seven years.

"This is an astonishingly good course; the students are driven to excellence by demanding standards.  Outstanding." PTC Accrediting Panel 2010

MA in Radio: combines creative radio with an in-depth BJTC accredited news course. Students very regularly win awards and Tim Crook, the convenor, has won an “excellence in teaching” award. 

“The panel were frankly amazed by the breadth of their knowledge and the fact that this has been achieved in substantially less than one year.” BJTC accreditation panel 2009

MA in TV Journalism: combines TV news and current affairs with work online. This course won the BJTC “excellence award” and students regularly win awards.

“I've been enormously impressed by the quality of some of the story-telling ..which is a testament to the quality of teaching they receive.” Martin Turner, BBC News, Head of Newsgathering Operations and external examiner

Online Journalism (10 weeks): this short, summer course provides an intensive grounding in news journalism in an online environment. It is delivered partly in the New Academic Building at Goldsmiths and partly online, and involves real news gathering for our innovative local news website The course gives 30 Cats towards an MA in Professional Media Practice. Start date: mid-June 2012.

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