Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
|Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies|
|Head||Professor Simon Cottle|
|Enrollment||Total, 500 (approximate)
The Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (Welsh: Ysgol Newyddiaduriaeth, y Cyfryngau ac Astudiaethau Diwylliannol, Caerdydd) is Cardiff University's school for training in media. It is one of the journalism schools whose main universities are part of the Russell Group universities. It was founded as the Cardiff Journalism School in 1970 by Sir Tom Hopkinson and is the longest established postgraduate centre of journalism education in Europe. The school is considered to be one of the best training centres for journalists, and is described as the "Oxbridge of journalism".
The school is located in the Bute Building, a Grade II listed building in Cathays Park. The Head of the School is Professor Simon Cottle and the current Director of the Centre of Journalism Studies is Professor Richard Sambrook, former Director of BBC World Service and Global News.
- Bachelor of Arts
- Master of Arts
- Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism
- PhD & MPhil
- MBA Media Management
- MSc Computational Journalism
- MA International Public Relations and Global Communications Management
Honorary members and visiting fellows
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- "The Osman Collection". Cardiff University. Retrieved 25 December 2014.
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- "Media studies? Do yourself a favour - forget it". The Guardian. 2001-09-03.
- "About Us". http://www.communityjournalism.co.uk/. Centre for Community Journalism. Retrieved 25 September 2014.
- "Cardiff University to set up community journalism centre". www.journalism.co.uk. Retrieved 25 September 2014.
- "World’s first Community Journalism MOOC". http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/. Cardiff University. Retrieved 25 September 2014.