Who we are

London Journalism Centre is a social enterprise established by Jamie Elliott, a freelance investigative journalist who writes for the Guardian and Observer and teaches journalism. Its mission is to help widen access to a career in the media by offering high quality journalism courses at an affordable price, media industry news, and internships for aspiring journalists.

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Courses developed and taught by media professionals
Our tutors are working journalists who have a background in editing, reporting and feature writing for news organisations including The Guardian / Observer, Independent, Times, Financial Times, BBC, and Channel 4. This means our programmes of study are always in step with a fast changing media industry.

Introduction to Journalism students

Introduction to Journalism students

Increasing access
Journalism is socially important, as well as a fascinating and exciting career, and that is why we believe that courses should be as affordable as possible.

We maintain high standards, but keep our prices low, by investing in quality teaching  whilst keeping other overheads to a minimum.

Convenient locations
Our Dalston centre is located in The Print House, just two minutes walk from Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland overground stations. We also offer courses St Luke’s Centre, Central St, Clerkenwell, a short walk from Old Street, Barbican and Farringdon underground stations.

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