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Journalism students' advice on applying for a place

Places are limited on our BA Journalism Studies degree. Every year we have to reject hundreds of applications. But in this video a group of students who were successful in getting on to the course…

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Journalism students' plans for life after uni

As their studies draw to a close and the jobs market beckons, our undergraduates share their plans and dreams for life after university. With transferable skills from their journalism degrees, a wide…

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Introducing... Michelle Rawlins

After 25 years in the media, Michelle Rawlins became a journalism tutor, passing on her knowledge and skills to the next generation – and it's working out beautifully for her and them. In…

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Journalism students talk about their work placements

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic Sheffield's journalism undergraduates have enjoyed rewarding work experience placements, testing and extending their skills and providing a great addition to their…

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Journalism students describe the city of Sheffield

A group of our undergraduates pick out some of their favourite qualities of the city that's been home for the past three years. Some recurrent themes emerge...

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Describe your experience as a Sheffield journalism student

Final-year students from our BA Journalism Studies degree sum up their experience with us, touching upon their learning highlights, careers preparation, making friends, and succeeding despite the…

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Introducing... Matt Robson

Broadcast journalism tutor Matt Robson on what he loves about teaching, his old job with the BBC, the future of his profession, why he doesn't want to leave Sheffield, and why video editing is…

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Why did you choose journalism at Sheffield?

Students explain why they decided to enrol on the University of Sheffield's BA Journalism Studies degree, highlighting: the great study facilities knowledgeable and friendly teaching staff…

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Using Nexis

Last reviewed: September 2021 Review due: Summer 2022 Nexis is a database that provides news content from a range of sources. Use Nexis to find news content from UK national and regional…

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BA Digital Media & Society themed routes

The BA Digital Media and Society team at the University of Sheffield introduce you to the themed routes you can choose to take through the programme, in either Education, Marketing and Consumer…

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Introducing... Dr Dmitry Chernobrov

In the first of a new series introducing academic staff from the Department of Journalism Studies, Dr Dmitry Chernobrov discusses what he loves about teaching, why he joined the University of…

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BA Journalism Studies at Sheffield: course overview for applicants

An overview of content on the BA Journalism Studies degree, from course tutor Will Oliphant.

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In depth: Lisa Bradley on the first year of BA Journalism Studies

BA Journalism Studies course leader Lisa Bradley goes into detail about what students can expect on the first year of the degree.

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Photography Composition

This video introduces photography composition for beginners, as well as some simple composition techniques to get you started.

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BA Journalism Studies at Sheffield: A Student Perspective

For several years Sheffield has been rated among the UK's top universities for journalism studies. In this video our undergraduates talk about how our BA Journalism Studies degree shows the…

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What's The Point of News? Tony Harcup introduces his new book

How do we define news? Who is it for? Whose voices does it amplify, and whose does it silence? Dr Tony Harcup of the Department of Journalism Studies tackles all these questions and more in his new…

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