Brighton Journalist Works is proud to be partners with:
Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world.
It spans every art form imaginable including comedy, theatre, cabaret, music, visual art, literature, dance and family events – and all this in an iconic city with unique cultural heritage.
BJW students work with Brighton Fringe to provide copy on all aspects of the Fringe for Facebook, the Fringe website and different forms of social media.
Sussex County Cricket Club is the oldest county club in the country. It was formed in 1839 but had to wait until 2003 to win its first ever County Championship title, a feat it has repeated twice since.
The Sussex Cricket Foundation is the club’s community programme which aims to: “Make a real and sustained difference to people and communities across Sussex, investing in innovative programmes that offer inclusive participative opportunities, promoting health and wellbeing, tackling exclusion and creating pathways into education and work.”
BJW students cover Sussex Cricket Foundation events and provide copy for the Foundation website and other social media.
Sussex is a world-leading, top-20, research university with many projects led by the foremost academics in their field. Its Falmer campus was designed in the 1960s by the world-renowned architect, Sir Basil Spence, and is the only university in the UK surrounded by a national park.
BJW tutors teach on the award-winning Journalism MA course, various other journalism-based MAs as well as the university’s Journalism BA.