Training The Next Generation

Of Journalists

Open Evening Tuesday, August 8 

6.30 t0 8.30pm

Find out how we can help you live the dream
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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 July 2017 graduate Mark Tovey joins online casino website

BJW graduate Jules Breach presenting at BT Sport

BJW July 2017 graduate Caroline Lewis working at Dorset Echo

BJW July 2017 graduate Alex Green joins Leamington Spa Courier

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


  • It's no exaggeration to say BJW laid the foundations for the career I have today. Shorthand has been my most valuable tool. I wouldn't have been able to cover court cases or inquests without it.

    Dan Cain Showbiz reporter, Mail Online
  • I've used the shorthand skills and legal knowledge I gained on the course on a daily basis in both newspaper and magazine roles, and the grounding in journalism practice has been invaluable.

    Sally Hall Features Editor at Woman's Day, New Zealand
  • I’d just like to thank everyone at BJW for all their help, because even though I've a legal background there's no way I'd have got this opportunity without the skills I picked up on the course.

    Davet Hyland sub-editor, Law Business Research magazine

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