Magazine Journalism for Fashion students
With Julie Nightingale
Find out all about the MA Magazine Journalism course and how it can help you use your passion and experience of fashion to break into this highly-competitive career.
- When: Monday 25 October 2021, 4 pm
- Booking deadline: Monday 25 October 2021, 4.05 pm
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Julie Nightingale will introduce the staff, modules, practical experience and career-boosting skills you'll gain on this course.
Why study MA Magazine Journalism at NTU?
We are recognised as one of the top journalism schools in the UK, with prestigious guest speakers, including the former Editor of British Vogue, Alexandra Shulman, who recently talked to our students about her experience and what the future has in store for the magazine.
Our links to magazines and news organisations open placement opportunities during your studies. Previous students have completed work experience and gone on to work for print and online magazines including Grazia, BBC Good Food, Woman’s Weekly, Wired, Drapers, Mashable and Comic Relief, among many others.
This course will equip you with the all-round skills and knowledge needed to build a career as a journalist in magazines, whilst providing you with a deep understanding of the wider publishing business.
NTU Alumni Discount
As a current or previous NTU undergraduate student you will benefit from our Alumni Discount scheme.
You must register for the session. Once registered you will receive an email with the link to the event. Please keep this safe.
The live chat starts at 4pm and is expected to be around 30 - 45 minutes. It will include the opportunity for you to ask questions about the course, applying, funding and experience.
Julie Nightingale leads the MA/PGDip in Magazine Journalism. She teaches writing, editing, social media and production skills and supervises the Business of Magazines Project. She has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist, beginning in local newspapers and subsequently working for magazines ranging from New Statesman and Museums Journal, to Radio Times and TV Quick. She continues to work as a freelance journalist outside NTU for specialist magazines and for The Guardian.