NCTJ Diploma in Multimedia Sports Journalism (35 weeks)

So you want to become a sports journalist? News Associates runs a 35-week full-time NCTJ-accredited Diploma in Multimedia Sports Journalism. This is delivered in association with Britain’s leading sports press agency Sportsbeat – perfect for anyone wanting to study sports journalism.

In 2014/2015 and 2015/2016, our sports journalism course was named the number one in the UK by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, with an unprecedented 100% gold standard pass rate – compared to a national average of 22%.

And 2016/2017 this course was named the UK’s number one NCTJ journalism course of any kind for an unprecedented third straight year.

The course has one intake a year (September) in London and Manchester. Click here to download the course brochure and prospectus.

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Compare and contrast results at NCTJ-accredited sports journalism courses in the United Kingdom.

 

See below for what our alumni have been up to or check out our news section for the latest on current courses, such as a trip to Sky Sports News or a visit to the Society of Editors conference.

Study sports journalism with us and follow in the footsteps of our other trainees who are making their mark in the world of media.

You can find them on the back pages of our national newspapers, presenting and reporting on Sky Sports News, or working internationally for some of the most respected names in journalism from Reuters to Agence France Presse. They have also made their way to the media departments of Premier League football clubs and national governing bodies, from the British Olympic Association to the MCC.

So you want to become a sports journalist? News Associates runs a 35-week full-time NCTJ-accredited Diploma in Multimedia Sports Journalism. This is delivered in association with Britain’s leading sports press agency Sportsbeat – perfect for anyone wanting to study sports journalism.

In 2014/2015 and 2015/2016, our sports journalism course was named the number one in the UK by the National Council for the Training of Journalists, with an unprecedented 100% gold standard pass rate – compared to a national average of 22%.

And 2016/2017 this course was named the UK’s number one NCTJ journalism course of any kind for an unprecedented third straight year.

The course has one intake a year (September) in London and Manchester. Click here to download the course brochure and prospectus.

Study sports journalism and become part of our success story – apply for our sports journalism course here