Specialising in journalism on the Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications gives you the practical skills to break stories, craft current affairs pieces and produce news for radio, television or digital media.
Early in your studies you will develop a strong grounding in broadcasting and communications theory, including writing, researching, gathering and producing news.
Check out METRONEWS, the news outlet run by journalism students at NZBS.
The degree comprises two years on campus in a fully immersive environment followed by a 24-week industry internship. The campus experience is unforgettable. It's bloody hard work but you make friends for life and come out with the best possible preparation for a career in the media. The internship gives you real world experience and more often than not, leads to a full time job.