Would you like to earn £25 and take part in an interesting project? Are you a journalist or trainee journalist interested in the way head injuries are reported and portrayed by the press?
Moving to a different country for university sounds super scary doesn't it? If you're getting ready for the start of uni and feeling a bit worried, don't be! We pride ourselves in having excellent international students study with us. They come from all over the world and bring the stories of their countries with them. Want to hear what they have to say about their time at the Centre for Journalism? We've made an interactive map for you to play with!!!
Medway Council are looking for someone to help in the press office for a few months and it is possible this could turn in to a permanent job.
Key responsibilities will be "dealing with media enquiries from journalists, writing press releases and monitoring social media".
Going to uni, whether it's close or far away from where you live, can be a scary and confusing experience. The University is trying to make the process a bit easier by having Unibuddies. What is a Unibuddy? They are students that have signed up to be available to get questions from people who are thinking of coming to Kent. What's the weather like? How are your lecturers? As an international student what was the hardest thing to get used to? All of these and more, are questions that Unibuddy students can help answer.
Want to sign up? On top of good karma for helping other people out, you also get:
- 30 Employability Points for signing up
- 10 points for attending the training session
- Additional 10 points for the most committed ‘buddy’ per month
- Additional 5 points for best blog post per month
- Will count towards KSCV
Interested? You can fill out this online application.
Centre for Journalism postgrad Harry Howard is having a productive time on his placement on the Daily Mail newsdesk, if today's edition of the paper is anything to go by. Harry, who completed his Multimedia Journalism MA this summer, has capped his first week on the job with no fewer than 3 bylines in the Saturday paper, including the prized page 3 lead - for a story on two BP garages facing each other on the same road charging different prices for fuel.