Using the Medway towns as your laboratory, you will carry out real-time news assignments around locations including a medieval cathedral, historic warships and 21st century dockside developments. The news beat is alive with new enterprises and communities and connections to continental Europe via the Channel Tunnel are fast, frequent and convenient.
Medway offers countless opportunities to practise the convergent skills of broadcast, print and online reporting, locally, nationally and internationally.
The campus is based around listed buildings dating back to 1903 and now combined with striking modern architecture and interiors. Teaching facilities include the £8 million, Grade II listed, Drill Hall Library, which offers 370 open access computers and wireless networking throughout. There are extensive computing facilities across campus, offering fast connection to the internet.
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The Centre is fully accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, the professional body most widely recognised by editors in the industry. They also expect to be fully accredited by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council as soon as the first students graduate. They currently have BJTC 'accreditation pending' status.
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