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University & Media Career Links »

Richard Gent | Friday May 29, 2009

Categories: Careers, Employment, Higher Education

Skillset The national coordinator for Media careers training.

The Guardian A University Guide to Media Studies and related subjects on Publishing and Journalism

A Guide to Undergraduate Courses »

Richard Gent | Friday May 01, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Careers

The courses and institutions listed below are ranked according to the Guardian Unlimited report, published on 1st May 2007. You can access this ranking directly by clicking on the hyperlink above.

Some of the universities below have other courses related to Media, Journalism, etc. Make sure you browse each site thoroughly to ensure you haven’t missed something important. The very best way to check out a university and course is to visit it and arrange to see a tutor.


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Sample CV for Working In The Media »

Jeremy Orlebar | Friday April 24, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Careers

Mike Smithe

10 Acacia Lane,Wokingham, Berkshire
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Phone: 0207 649 1782
Age: 21

Current Post: Researcher Fixed Term Contract Acorn Films
My Portfolio/Show reel can be found here:

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Working In The Media - Careers Information »

Jeremy Orlebar | Friday April 24, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Careers, Employment

So you want to work in the media. Good, it is an exciting career, and there are plenty of opportunities for anyone who works hard and learns as they go along.

If you are at school and are not yet sure what you want to do but like the idea of working in television or radio, then all you have to do is to get as much experience as possible in all areas of media production.

If you are looking at studying media in higher education then make sure you choose an HE course which has...

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