London School of Journalism
|London School of Journalism|
|Location||London, United Kingdom
The London School of Journalism (LSJ) is an independent journalism school based in London, England, which offers qualifications in journalism, freelance journalism and creative writing. The LSJ provides both on-site and distances learning to its students, ranging from short courses to postgraduate diplomas. The school was founded in 1920 by Sir Max Pemberton.
Since then, the LSJ has been at the forefront of the training of journalists and the teaching of creative writers.
Tutors at LSJ are all experienced writers or journalists. The LSJ does not teach media studies.
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