I feel like the skills have acquired are very versatile and could lead me into other avenues of journalism in the future.
There is no doubt journalism graduates will walk away with the knowledge and understanding that is expected in the industry today.
Without City, University of London I don't think I would have had the versatility to jump right into this role following graduation.
City's practical approach to teachingjournalism meant I started my first job as a trainee on a local paper with the tools I needed.
Lucy chose City for its reputation as an excellent place to study Journalism
Sophie Raworth was given an Award of Doctor of Arts honoris causa by City in 2013.
The Financial Journalism MA gave me the practical training to land my dream job.
Presenting the news on the world's biggest financial news network.
Reporting world sports.
Rhiannon has worked for Sky News since 2010 and at the start of the year became the channel’s Royal Correspondent.
When you're looking for work experience, having City on your CV gets you through the door
I met some brilliant people during my Journalism degree, of whom later became colleagues.
Making a difference in the way news and features are written and presented.
Making television that matters.
“City was a great stepping stone, who could have known that five years later I'd have my own cooking show!"
60 Minutes producer Nicole Young is an 11 time Emmy winner and a mummy to be, but before that she was an MA International Journalism student at City.
'At first it was something I was always nervous about, but now it excites me that it is something that I will be doing in the near future.'
I am very grateful to the Erasmus Mundus scholarship that made the entire (study abroad) process seamless.