Training The Next Generation of Journalists

Open Day Saturday, September 2

11.00am t0 1.00pm

Find out how we can help you live the dream
Meet our brilliant tutors
Talk to working BJW graduates

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 Breech 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

  • The tutors have been so supportive. They understand the pressures of working and studying at the same time and continuously offer words of encouragement that get you through.

    Emma Williams Freelance writer
  • The cost of going to university after my A-levels really put me off, so I enrolled for the Fast Track course at Brighton Journalist Works and learnt everything I needed to know in an intensive, high-calibre 16-week course.

    Ben Leo The Sun
  • The course is geared towards passing exams and learning the trade quickly. It does what it says on the tin! The expertise of the teachers is obvious. Brighton Journalist Works gave me the best training and advice possible.

    Emma Lloyd BJW graduate, freelance journalist

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