Oxbridge Academy Skills Certificate: Journalism and Media Studies

This course equips you with basic knowledge and skills in journalism and broadcasting. Since a journalist’s duties go beyond researching and reporting, and encompass a variety of technical skills, this course covers a range of skills, techniques, and platforms that will enable you to communicate effectively with your audience.

Studying this course may be a good option if:

  • You have just completed Matric, and you are considering a career in journalism.
  • You want to learn more about the field of journalism, and you want to develop some of the skills that you need to work in journalism.
  • You already have a qualification in a closely related field (such as communication), and you want to gain additional knowledge and skills in journalism.

 

Course code:

CER4015-03

Accreditation status:

This is a non-accredited Short Learning Programme.

Course duration:

8 -12 months

Entry requirements:

No Matric

Learning outcomes covered:
  • Constructing a Story in Journalism
  • Interviewing and Research in Journalism
  • Broadcasting
  • Internet Broadcasting
  • Public Relations for Journalists
Assessment and award:
  • Students are required to complete 2 assignments.
  • There are no exams for this course.

Upon completion of this course, students will be awarded an Oxbridge Academy Skills Certificate: Journalism and Media Studies from Oxbridge Academy.

TOTAL PRICE:

R 9200.00

Registration Fee:

R 2000.00

Course Price (Excl. Reg Fee):

R 7200.00

Monthly Instalments:

R 600.00 X 12 months

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