Enjoy our huge range of journalism courses, from introductory to more advanced or specialist writing classes. Our specialist journalism courses include food writing, music journalism, travel journalism, and more.
Our part-time courses are flexible, and delivered by experts in the field.
Interested in becoming a celebrity journalist? Learn what editors are looking for, and how to work with PRs and press officers. Get practical advice on selecting celebrity interviewees, interview technique and publishing your work.
Get inspired to write on this practical course for freelance journalists and bloggers. Learn to carry out research, interview people, pitch and publish stories, and build your presence on social media.
Gain confidence in writing news and features articles for newspapers and magazines in a supportive group, with time devoted to show you the writing style in British journalism. This course is suitable for beginner to intermediate levels.
An opportunity to focus on sentence structure, punctuation and stylistic devices to improve your articles or fiction writing. You will benefit most from this course if you already write fairly extensively, ideally in a creative or journalistic capacity.
Love food and want to write about it? There’s never been a better time with so much happening - from street food markets, pop-up restaurants and supper clubs to 24-hour fine dining and gourmet takeaways - and so many opportunities, with new publications, websites and, of course, blogs.
This six-week crash course on the basic techniques of writing for magazines is designed to bring students up to speed in the kind of expertise they will need to research, interview, write and sell a wide range of feature articles.
News editors are inundated with badly written press releases. How do you get yours noticed? Learn the basics of writing effective press releases for business and the public sector, and get feedback on your own work.