Our fully accredited BA Journalism and associated programmes offer students a multimedia grounding with chances to specialise in specific media and genres, such as sports or arts journalism. Research carried out by our academics is internationally recognised, with particular specialisms in media history, women and the press, and peace journalism.
Our facilities reflect those used in the industry; seven newsrooms equipped with news feeds, print production and design software, as well as digital radio and television studios.
Placement opportunities are facilitated by the School’s relationships with mainstream broadcasters including the BBC and ITV, and regional newspapers. The University’s campus-based media, offering more opportunities for student journalism, include community radio station Siren FM, the student station Brayford Radio, the School’s web TV news service LSJNews and the Journalism students’ own newspaper, The Linc.
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Lincoln’s Journalism graduates have gone on to work in media organisations around the world, including the BBC, Sky Sports, and ITV, in roles such as a Planner for Sky Sports News, and Head of Feature's for ITV's This Morning.
Chris Gray graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2015 with a degree in BA (Hons) Journalism. Chris now works as a Senior Journalist at the BBC News Channel, and BBC News at One. Watch the video to hear his story.
The School of English and Journalism offers specialist facilities, professional-standard equipment and unique local resources for students to develop their skills in preparation for their future career.
Our students get the opportunity to write for and design a high quality, glossy magazine which is printed each term. Students are involved in all aspects of production and can use the magazine as part of their own portfolios. Take a look.