The London School of Journalism

Before you decide on a course

Points to consider

Look at the course syllabus, and compare it with the syllabus of a similar course from another provider.

Look at the list of our tutors and lecturers. Compare their ability with that of the staff who will be teaching you on any other postgraduate course.

Your personal tutor provides you with specific and detailed support throughout your time with us - many of our students say this aspect is one of the most important parts of the whole course.

Consider the advantages of training in the centre of London - which is still the place where the majority of potential employers are based. Look here for a view of the area in which you will be working.

All our postgraduate courses are well-established and provide the necessary skills required by the profession. We will show you how to be a journalist, rather than teach you about journalism.

Our course is a practical experience and not just further education... You will receive the benefit of our very practical training - you will think, act and write like a journalist - not just talk about being one.

If you know someone who has taken a course at the LSJ, speak to them. Or talk to someone working in the industry.

We have been training journalists for longer than anyone else. We have over 90 years' experience - and it shows.

And if you still can't decide, contact us and we can arrange for you to speak to one of our experienced journalists, who will be pleased to help you find the answers to your questions.