Are you interested in journalism as a career?
Up to 25% off their tuition fees
Undergraduate Foundation Programme
ONCAMPUS London Undergraduate Foundation Programme taught at Birkbeck College in London. Students will study a foundation (9 months) in London and can then have the opportunity to proceed to the University of London Goldsmith College for BA(Hons) Journalism.
From our center at Birkbeck, in the heart of the University of London, you are encouraged to develop the tools for success on degree programmes at the best UK universities. The courses on offer are intense but rewarding and aim to challenge you into developing the personal attributes demanded by the admissions tutors of internationally renowned, research-led University of London Colleges.
Why OnCampus London?
- Progress to University of London Colleges with the UK’s leading pre-university provider.
- Six University of London College partners who welcome applications from our students.
- A proven track record of providing excellent HE support and advice to help students progress to the best universities in the UK.
- Study in world-class facilities in the heart of academic London, next to other University of London Colleges such as UCL IOE, SOAS and UCL.
Available for 1 year of up to 25% off the tuition fees on the Undergraduate Foundation Programme. (Terms and conditions apply).
- Attend a seminar to explore interest in Journalism as a career.
- Scholarship is subject to interview
SPM (Malaysia Certificate of Education) (or Forecast) with good grades in relevant academic subjects/UEC with pass grades in relevant academic subjects.
5.0 IELTS or equivalent, with 5.0 in writing and no single element below 4.5, for 3-term UFP * Find out about IELTS courses at Windsor.
* Extended programmes are available if you do not yet have the required English language level. This programme last 4 terms and include English language modules (ELM) followed by the 3 terms of Foundation required to apply for entry to the first year of your undergraduate degree.
Why study BA Journalism at Goldsmiths?
- You’ll be taught by media professionals with extensive industry experience and leading academics involved in ground-breaking research
- You’ll learn the latest techniques in video, data and mobile journalism, digital and coding practices and essential reporting and writing skills
- You’ll build up a portfolio of work, get advice on careers and work experience and benefit from our close links with London’s thriving media
- All students work on breaking news stories covering issues that really matter to the local community on Eastlondonlines.co.uk
- The Department of Media and Communications is ranked third in the UK for the quality and impact of its research (Research Excellence Framework)
Entry requirement to Goldsmiths
If English isn’t your first language, you will need an IELTS score of 7.0 with a 7.0 in writing to study this programme. If you need assistance with your English language, we offer a range of courses that can help prepare you for degree-level study.
As the course demands significant amounts of writing, it’s important that you are able to cope with the rigours of the course. You may be asked for examples of written work and called to interview. Find out about creative writing courses at Windsor.
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