The links below are relevant to Journalism and Radio and will list careers information, employers in your field and job/work experience opportunities.
You may want to look at other areas closely aligned to your subject area. Also bear in mind that there are a range of careers open to you which may not directly relate to the subject you have studied. Take a look at Things you can do with your degree to discover more careers options.
To access a comprehensive listing of occupations visit Prospects Explore Types of Jobs
Prospects – Graduate Careers Website – find graduate jobs and postgraduate courses.
Creative Skillset – Contains useful career information for working in different creative sectors, including a detailed section on Radio.
The Radio Academy – The Radio Academy is a registered charity dedicated to the encouragement, recognition and promotion of excellence in UK radio broadcasting and audio production. Has a detailed careers / ‘Knowledge Bank’ section.
Student Radio Association – A representative body which supports and acts on behalf of the UK student radio community.
The National Council for the Training of Journalists – The National Council for the Training of Journalists delivers a journalism training scheme in the UK. Their website includes information on accredited courses as well as a detailed careers section.
Broadcast Journalism Training Council – Accreditation and guidelines for university and college courses in broadcast journalism, and information for students.
Search Journalism and Radio jobs on Unilife Connect – Access graduate job vacancies, work experience, part-time jobs, careers events and set up job alerts from your chosen sector.
Graduate ProspectsS – Search graduate jobs
BBC Production Talent Pool – One of the main entry routes into production based roles across TV, Radio and Online at the BBC.
Hospital Broadcasting Association – Promoting & supporting Hospital broadcasting in the UK.
Journalism.co.uk – Job opportunities, training information, and Freelancer opportunities.
The Media Network – The Media Network is a London media and editorial recruitment agency specialising in UK journalism and editorial jobs for magazine publishers, online media and publishing agencies.
Media Jobs London – This is a Twitter feed for Media jobs in London. Very Useful (if you want work in London).
Campaign Jobs – Jobs board for Media Sales and Publishing professionals.
Radio Talent – Voiceovers and radio jobs.
BBC Careers – Opportunities at the BBC.
grapevinejobs – Source for jobs in entertainment and media, targeted at industry professionals in the broadcast, media and entertainment sectors.
Mslexia – Mslexia, a magazine for women who write: inspiration for creative writers and advice on poetry, fiction, journalism, short stories, children’s writing and more.
Hold the Front Page – UK regional journalism news and jobs.
Jobs4Journalists – Journalism job opportunities.
Wales Council for Voluntary Action – The WCVA offer a number of project based internship opportunities – including many photography and film based projects.
For general volunteering opportunities visit the Volunteering section of the Careers Website.
Search Journalism and Radio employers on Unilife Connect – Access graduate job vacancies, work experience, part-time jobs, careers events and set up job alerts from your chosen sector.
Media UK – Websites, addresses, telephone numbers, email and more for all areas of the online media.
Radio Now – Radio stations directory.
Radio Centre – The trade body for commercial radio companies in the United Kingdom.
Arts Hub – Jobs, careers and news for the arts and creative industries.
Guardian Careers Talk Podcast – New roles in journalism and how to get them.
Guardian Careers Talk Podcast – Working for Radio.
AGCAS Industry Insight – Creative Arts and Culture – Includes information on roles, entry and progression, typical employers and trends.
AGCAS Industry Insight – Media – Includes information on roles, entry and progression, typical employers and trends.
AGCAS Industry Insight – Publishing – Includes information on roles, entry and progression, typical employers and trends.
– Arts, creative arts and humanities – 'What do graduates do?’ presents information on the employment of recent graduates.
The content of these sites is subject to change and not subject to the editorial control of the Careers Service and Unilife. If you come across a link which takes you to a poor quality or dysfunctional site, please contact the Careers Service and let us know, so the link can be removed.
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