Workshops for Students
As part of the Student Programme, One World Media organises workshops at participating universities for media, journalism and documentary film-making students. The workshops look at how to produce outstanding media about the developing world from various angles - from ethics and access to storytelling and getting ideas commissioned.
The workshops are designed for students who intend to work in the UK media industry. The topics covered apply to all media - TV/film, radio, print and online - and the sessions and activities are highly interactive.
We ensure that the content is relevant to today's UK media industry, while the trainers are current media practitioners who have experience of producing media about the wider world.
If you are a student and are interested in taking part in a workshop, you should firstly click here to find out whether your university is one of our partner institutions. If it is, then your course leader may be in touch with us already. If not, please ask them to contact us.
What do students say?
"The workshop was brilliant, insightful and inspiring"
"I can't express here how much I've taken from the workshop ... where I was once sceptical about the media's ability to change anything, I am now looking at it as something I could, and more importantly should be doing."
And click here to read an article about a One World Media workshop by a student at Glasgow Caledonian University
Award-winning journalist and filmmaker James Brabazon training students at Brunel University