Freelance Journalism course
Summer Learning Offer - 30% OFF
Private Tutor: Yes
Duration: 12 months
Journalism is a great career choice for you if you like the freedom of working to your own schedule, whether full time or part time. This freelance journalism course will provide you with all the professional skills you need to start your career as a journalist.
Every day hundreds of books, newspapers and magazines are published to inform and to entertain the general public. Most of these publications rely on large numbers of freelance writers to back up their own staff journalists.
This course will teach you all you need to know to meet their requirements and get you into print. With our course in Freelance Journalism you will have your own personal tutor who will read all your work; evaluate its strengths and its weaknesses and give advice and encouragement on how to improve your writing skills.
Few achievements in life will equal the thrill of seeing your work in print. There is also the possibility of your freelance writing being a profitable activity as well. So, whether you want to become a full-time freelance journalist, or to enjoy a very satisfying, paying hobby, this course will set you on the road to success.
On the successful completion of your course, you will be awarded the Kilroy's College Diploma in Freelance Journalism in recognition of your educational achievement.
Remember, you can complete this Freelance Journalism course within 12 months of enrolling. So take your first step by contacting us today!
Doing my Freelance Journalism was a brilliant idea.
Nicola H. Student no. FJA 13258
The Freelance Journalism course provided a strong foundation on which I can progress to further study and possibly work placement in the near future.
Conor J. Student no. FJA18138
I would like to thank you for all your advice and feedback while I was carrying out my studies in Freelance Journalism.
Glen D. Student no. FJ11130
My Freelance Journalism course tutor was absolutely brilliant. This type of one to one teacher/pupil relationship was very gratifying.
Marie R. Student no. FJ10518