News archive from 2 June 2014, page 3

Journalism, publishing and public relations

Journalism, publishing and public relations

Learn about the editorial processes involved in producing a newspaper. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images What will I learn? The world of journalism, publishing and public relations (PR) has changed rapidly over recent years. The rise of social...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 

Study reveals impact of burglary

One in four victims of burglary have experienced mental health issues, such as anxiety or symptoms of depression, after a break-in, according to new research. The research also found that one in four (25%) adults felt their ability to keep their...

 
Hospitality, event management and tourism

Hospitality, event management and tourism

Events graduates are responsible for organising festivals and major sporting events such as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA What will I learn? When the Olympic Games came to London in 2012, most of us...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 

Now Church joins battle over HS2

The Church of England has joined opponents of the Government's HS2 proposals, warning that current plans for constructing the line mean human remains will not be treated "in a decent and reverent manner". The Archbishops' Council, which is...

 

University guide 2015: Medway School of Pharmacy

The Medway School of Pharmacy – a collaboration between the University of Greenwich and the University of Kent – opened in 2004 and has since been recognised as an established school of pharmacy. It offers a range of degrees, from foundation to...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 
Health professions

Health professions

Learn how to use the cutting-edge equipment that is helping save lives. Photograph: Heng Sinith/AP What will I learn? Degree programmes in the health professions field include ophthalmics, radiography and the oral and aural sciences. Naturally, the...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 
History of art

History of art

Many courses offer trips to museums abroad, such as The Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands, which has the most extensive art history library. Photograph: David Levene What will I learn? History of art is often considered elitist, perhaps unsurprisingly:...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 
Media and film studies

Media and film studies

Study how the special effects seen in films such as Gravity have changed cinema. Mandatory Credit: Photo by c.Warner Br/Everett/REX What will I learn? If you think a media degree means spending your day watching television – or at least try to justify...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 
Art

Art

By the end of your degree you should have a hefty portfolio to demonstrate your technical and creative skills. Photograph: Martin Godwin What will I learn? An art degree covers anything from fine art and drawing, to sculpture, printmaking and...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 

University guide 2015: Hull York Medical School

The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) is a partnership between the Universities of Hull and York, which was established in 2003. As well as offering a medical degree, HYMS has a diverse programme of intercalated degrees open to its students and those...

Guardian, 00:25 in Learning
 
Strictly hunks waltz off dance floor

Strictly hunks waltz off dance floor

The departure comes after reports he had a series of clashes with show judge and tour director Craig Revel Horwood. His Polish-born wife Ola, 31, will stay, said the BBC - despite speculation she might quit in loyalty to her husband. Jordan, 36, from...

 
Dolly Parton pleads for serious movie roles

Dolly Parton pleads for serious movie roles

The 68-year-old country music legend says she is tired of being offered acting parts where she only plays heightened versions of herself and is instead looking for a distinctly different character. Dolly, who has previously starred in hit films 9 To...

 
21,000 people pack Edinburgh trams on first day

21,000 people pack Edinburgh trams on first day

A TOTAL of 21,000 people rode Edinburgh's trams on their launch day on Saturday, exceeding expectations, transport officials announced yesterday. A spokesman for city council-controlled body Transport for Edinburgh (TfE), which also runs Lothian...

 
Bung claims threaten Qatar 2022 World Cup

Bung claims threaten Qatar 2022 World Cup

WORLD Cup organisers are facing calls to re-run the contest to host the 2022 tournament amid allegations about corruption in the bidding process. A Sunday newspaper said it had seen a cache of documents which exposed that Qatar’s victory in securing...

 
French Open: Marathon man Andy Murray goes distance

French Open: Marathon man Andy Murray goes distance

The good news is that Andy Murray is all right. His nerves may be frayed at the edges, the knuckles of his right hand are a little bloodied but, save for a bit of cramp, the Scot is into the fourth round of the French Open more or less unscathed. It...

 


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