Journalism and Mass Communication

Known for our combination of pure, practice-led and applied approaches, and for using our knowledge for the betterment of society we offer PhD, MPhil, DProf and MRes study. We can provide you with guidance on how to write your research proposal and our entry requirements for a Research Degree.

Explore the Media, Arts and Design research areas.

Challenging, ambitious and as-it-happens; put yourself at the heart of the story at the University of Westminster.

Gain new skills

Our courses equip you with the skills to succeed in newsrooms, print journalism, public relations, radio, broadcast media and more.

Top location

Westminster's location in the UK's media capital has helped the Journalism degree develop strong links with industry. You will be taught by professional journalists, many of whom are active in their field.


Overall, our courses aim to give you skills that will make you employable, and to help you develop the kind of creativity and flexibility needed to gain work in the modern media business and creative industries.


Recent graduates are working at Sky TV and Online, ITN, BBC Radio current affairs, BBC TV News, Online and World Service, LBC News radio, The Guardian, Financial Times, Daily Telegraph and Elle magazine.


"I've been doing a paid internship on the news desk at CNN International since March 2011" - Alisha Nurse, Journalism MA, 2010