About The Professional Freelance Journalism Course Structure

How The Professional Freelance Journalism Course Is Structured

The Professional Freelance Journalism Course is delivered entirely online, traditionally known as distance learning. Course work is delivered directly to your inbox, so you can work from home or anywhere in the world, with no face-to-face classes.

The Professional Freelance Journalism Course is comprised of 12 tutorials, delivered weekly or fortnightly, over 12 or 24 weeks. Over this time you will be tutored in all aspects of journalism by a team of experienced journalists and editors. This vast wealth of accumulated knowledge is provided to you together with the ways to apply this knowledge to the areas of journalism that most interest you.

You may take longer than 12 or 24 weeks to complete the course, as it is entirely self-paced. You may take up to a year to finish your course of studies if required.

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