Welcome to the University of East Anglia’s Student Journalism. This website features stories produced by students on our Broadcast Journalism courses. 

On our degrees students learn the skills to become professional journalists who can work across TV, radio, print, social media and online platforms. Students lean how to find, research, produce their stories across all media. We teach the political structures that deliver the public services we all rely on, and students practice inclusive journalism, working with diverse communities to help them tell their stories. We’re based in the Department of Politics at UEA, so we have a strong focus on asking the tough questions of those who make, and sometimes break, the law. Our undergraduate degree is accredited by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC). Our MA courses have a UK and an International pathway, to suit students who plan to work in the UK or overseas.

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“The course gave me practical knowledge and experience that allowed me to start a career in journalism.”

MA UK Pathway

“The course gave me a lot of practical training, a big variety of workshops with experts from the media, television and documentary filming.”

MA International

“I learned journalistic skills, such as researching news, doing interviews, writing stories as well as making video and audio.”

MA International