Calling all vloggers and bloggers!

Sign up to the ‘Kent Students’ blog; create content about your life and study at Kent and earn Employability Points.The idea is that current Kent students write about aspects of student, extra-curricular or academic life to really give prospective students an insight into life here at the University. The blog is a fantastic way to hone your writings skills, write about your experiences of being a student at Kent and offer invaluable insights for the benefit of others thinking of studying here.

If you are interested in becoming a student blogger or have a video blog, you can apply here

Calling all our international students!

Welcome back from your long vacation. Here's hoping you had a great time.

Next  week we will be welcoming all our new students. Would YOU like to be one of our international student mentors helping the international student adviser? It is not hard work but is a really worthwhile role. We have many new international  students who may apppreciate being able to talk to someone who already  knows their way around in the CFJ and the university.

What is it like to be an international student at the Centre for Journalism?

Moving to a different country for university sounds super scary doesn't it? If you're getting ready for the start of uni and feeling a bit worried, don't be! We pride ourselves in having excellent international students study with us. They come from all over the world and bring the stories of their countries with them. Want to hear what they have to say about their time at the Centre for Journalism? We've made an interactive map for you to play with!!!

Press officer job

 

Medway Council are looking for someone to help in the press office for a few months and it is possible this could turn in to a permanent job.

Key responsibilities will be "dealing with media enquiries from journalists, writing press releases and monitoring social media".

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