Qualifying with Brighton Journalist Works
Fast Track Success
Over the last two years, 87 per cent of our Fast Track students have achieved their National Council for the Training of Journalists Diploma in Journalism, 51 per cent with that elusive but much sought after Gold Standard.
And that is in just 16 weeks – the life of the course.
Ninety-eight per cent of our students who pass all of their exams do so first time.
More than 70 per cent of our students achieve A, B or C grades in all their exams first time.
“These were easily the best set of portfolios produced on any of the NCTJ courses I have seen. I found the standard high in every respect.”
NCTJ exam moderator
Our students win national awards
- Rosie Cherrington: NCTJ Feature Writer of the Year 2016
- Shanti Das: NCTJ Scoop of the Year 2016
- Henry Holloway: NCTJ Trainee News Reporter of the Year 2014-15
- Gareth Davies: Young Journalist of the Year 2014-15
- Anna McNay: NCTJ HoldtheFrontPage production journalism award 2013-14
- Ben Leo: Young Journalist of the Year 2013-14
- Ros Branagan: Public Affairs prize for highest NCTJ PA exam result in the country 2013.
- Scarlett Wrench: NCTJ News Reporter of the Year 2011-12
- Melissa Ittoo: Public Affairs – local government prize for the highest result in the country 2010
- Juliet Conway: NCTJ Scoop of the Year 2009
- Steven Kelly: NCTJ Scoop of the Year 2008
- Nicola Corfield: Public Affairs – local government prize for the highest result in the country 2009.
- Nicola Newson: Public Affairs – central government prize for the highest result in the country 2009.
Small is beautiful
We have small classes of around 20 or fewer, so every student is given individual attention.
“I loved the fact it was a small course as we all got a very good amount of attention and I liked the fact all the lecturers knew who we were. I never felt too intimidated to ask for help.”
Kayleigh Tanner, BJW graduate