Journalism

BAMMJ graduate named NCTJ Alumna of the Month

A graduate from the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism course at Bournemouth University has been named the NCTJ’s Alumna of the Month for March. Rachel Bartlett completed the three-year course at BU in 2010 and is now editor of Journalism.co.uk, which is a popular resource for good practice and innovation in digital journalism. Speaking to the… Read more »

BAMMJ student blogs from trip to European Parliament in Brussels

A student on the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism course is running a daily blog from Belgium as a number of Media School students visit the EU Parliament in Brussels. Third-year BAMMJ student Robyn Montague has launched a ‘BUEU Blog’, which provides updates on each day of the five day visit. “I started the blog as… Read more »

Journalism students meet industry pros at networking event

Bournemouth University held a networking event last week for students looking to forge a career in journalism. A panel of industry experts, including a number of BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism graduates attended the Media School to discuss careers in journalism with the current crop of third-year BAMMJ students. The attendees included Paul Addison, who trains… Read more »

BU journalists light up magazine awards night

Two journalism students have attended an awards evening in London after being shortlisted for a major industry prize. Third-year BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism students Beth Graham and Tanya Yilmaz attended the glitzy ceremony on 4th March to mark the Professional Publishers Association’s (PPA) New Talent Awards 2014. They were both nominated for the Most Promising… Read more »

Radical new student publication eyes March launch date

Four students from the Media School have teamed up to launch a new student magazine, focusing on the radical side of life at university. CRUX MAG, set to be launched on 1st March, aims to provide the most complete compilation of student events on the web, featuring listings, playlists and articles on the more alternative… Read more »