Live television news; radio beamed across the campus; hard headlines and frothy magazines - from the minute you arrive you’ll be taking part in real-life journalism in our state-of-the-art newsrooms and studios.
Three times winner of awards for the quality of teaching given by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC).
Our full range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, dealing in print, broadcast and online journalism, propel you into a fast-moving and demanding experience involving real stories, real interviews, real mistakes and real triumphs. Combining top level practice with cutting edge theory and analysis, our courses prepare you for jobs in the media industries at all levels.
|The Media Department has two purpose-built professional TVstudios, several fully-equipped radio and TV editing suites with the latest production software
Our graduates work as reporters and executives on broadsheets and local newspapers, magazines and online outlets. Others are employed in BBC Television and Radio, independent radio and Sky News. Tutors come from these organisations as journalists, producers and editors, while theory is taught by eminent scholars in our top-rated media research unit.
You will benefit from a lively atmosphere, a range of distinguished visiting lecturers and speakers, and surrounded by musicians, artists, film-makers, designers and photographers, you will never be short of material. Journalism students are encouraged to work with graphic designers and illustrators, photographers and music students, to find new formats, new ways to look at the world, and new approaches to storytelling.
Journalism students at MAD aim not merely to report the world but to change it.