Calling all Centre for Journalism students and graduates. We're holding our first Virtual Open Day tomorrow evening as we try to find the next generation of lucky students to join the CfJ family - and we need your help in publicising it.
We'll be livestreaming through our Youtube channel from 6.40pm on Tuesday 15 October to show prospective students and parents what life in this busy department is like, explain the admissions process, and demonstrate with real case studies the kinds of careers that can lie ahead.
We’ll be looking in detail at our accredited BA, MA and Year in Journalism programmes, and previewing our brand new Television and Digital Video Production undergraduate programme that starts in 2020.
Would you like to take part in a BBC Radio Kent programme?
BBC Radio Kent have a programme airing on 15th October 2019 which will look at how people are using mobile phones, whether they are used more to make calls or to text or surf the net. The programme is looking for both younger and older contributors to go to the studio to have a conversation about how they use their phones and how they prefer to communicate and keep in touch with others.
This is something that 18 months ago I could never have imagined being emotionally strong enough to tell anyone other than my family and closest friends, let alone write on a blog post. But World Mental Health Day has had me reflecting on the progress that I have made with my own mental health and the struggles that I still face every day.