Eight students from JMU Journalism courses have earned the opportunity to work alongside professional journalists at the Liverpool Echo.
Students from across journalism courses at Liverpool John Moores University descended on Manchester United’s Old Trafford to watch the finale to the men’s rugby league season.
Journalists from across the industry joined students and staff this week to celebrate the launch of LJMU’s partnership with the John Schofield Trust.
Classes are now underway for the new recruits at JMU Journalism following a busy week of induction activities for this year’s undergraduate freshers.
Sports Journalism student James Cranford gives his reflections on what it was like to work with press accreditation at the recent Open golf championship at the Royal Liverpool course in Hoylake.
Two Liverpool John Moores University sports journalism students are enjoying a week to remember, covering the world’s biggest golf tournament.
The Journalism and Sports Journalism department has received an award for the work it is doing in the field of equality, diversity and inclusivity.
The Guardian newspaper’s investigations correspondent David Conn was one of the keynote speakers as LJMU played host to the European Journalism Training Association’s 10th annual conference.
Our students went behind the scenes as rugby league’s top team St Helens returned to the Totally Wicked Stadium to defend their Super League title.
JMU Journalism Sports MA graduate, Jack Kinsella, has won the best student project accolade at the prestigious NCTJ awards.
Researchers at LJMU have developed a major new global free expression index using innovative machine learning techniques.
Our students will be among the first in the UK to receive one-to-one mentoring which has helped launch the careers of leading journalists.
Critical eyes should be on Qatar during and after next month’s World Cup, claim speakers at an Index on Censorship discussion hosted by LJMU’s Journalism department.