Lessons from a top journalism school

How are students at one of the world’s top journalism schools preparing for a future in a changing media world?

The Guardian’s Emily Bell has left the British media behind, to teach journalism at New York’s prestigious Columbia University. On the BBC’s College of Journalism website, Matt Wells asked for her first impressions of her journalism students, and the US media world they are preparing to join.

Here at Glamorgan we’re keeping abreast of the changes in the world of journalism.

Click on the links to find out more about our undergraduate courses in journalism, media communications, and radio. We also run postgraduate courses in: interactive (online) and investigative journalism; multiplatform radio; a version of the MA for international students; and a research-based MA in media culture and communication.

About James Stewart

Senior Lecturer in Radio Journalism. http://staff.glam.ac.uk/users/1713-jstewart
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