Best Universities for Journalism
Accommodation in Canterbury
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Canterbury open day on 2nd Jul. Medway open day on 25th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Remote study is for students who are significantly impacted by the pandemic, and it is not possible for them to return to campus. They are asking students to continue to wear a face covering in crowded indoor spaces.
3 Journalism reviews at University of Kent
Journalism and the News Industry, BA HonsBy member1049388 On 17th June 20
Inspiring teachers, rounded education from journalism, history, politics and the basics of law.
Journalism and the News Industry, BA HonsBy member839135 On 8th June 19
Good course if you want to be a journalist but don't know what to do. You'll get to see all sides of the industry and learn valuable skills but the feedback of some of the lecturers are harsh and don't expect them to run after you for anything (which is fair).
Journalism and the News Industry, BA HonsBy ct24 On 6th March 17
I'm in my first year and enjoying it. The course is challenging stimulating and you learn from professors who have been in the industry for 20+ years so it is reassuring. They offer scholarships which are only for Keny journalism students as well which is a great incentive, it's just a shame it is not on the Canterbury campus. Medway campus is horrible bleak and sad. I am currently going through a hard time simply because of the location. If you want a great course then come here but then you must compromise a full on university experience.