Training The Next Generation of Journalists

BJW graduate Ben Leo first journalist at scene of London Bridge terror attack

BJW July 2017 graduate Jack Arscott freelancing for New European

BJW graduate Jules Breach presenting on BT Sport

**Breaking – BJW July 2017 graduate Rosie Blunt selected for BBC Trainee Scheme

BJW July 2017 graduate Caroline Lewis working at Dorset Echo

BJW July 2017 graduate Alex Green joins Rugby Chronicle

Accredited NCTJ Diplomas in Journalism
Masters Degrees in partnership with University of Sussex.

Testimonials

  • What I remember about BJW was the way the students worked together and supported each other, whether by testing each other on obscure points of media law or celebrating one another’s achievements.

    Sophie Devlin Sub editor, Daily Mail Weekend
  • The part-time course at Brighton Journalist Works has been invaluable. The team are all lovely, knowledgeable and go above and beyond. It’s a great way to become a journalist while still continuing your full-time job.

    Hanna Neter Breakfast Show Presenter Juice 107.2
  • Amazing. Just left a brilliant course at Brighton Journalist Works and I’ve got myself a full-time job at Trinity Mirror writing for papers including the Crawley News and Croydon Ad. So happy! Hard work pays off.

    Sam Truelove Reporter Trinity Mirror group

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