This course gives you the opportunity to study Multimedia Journalism in combination with a language. You will undertake practical language classes for your minor language, while also developing an understanding of the social and cultural environment in which the language is spoken. Studying Multimedia Journalism Our daily lives have been greatly influenced by the rapidly evolving field of digital media. Today, journalism is not just about investigative news reporting and writing. Journalists are now expected to have the skills to work successfully in broadcast, print and online production and our courses will equip you to meet those requirements. Our courses focus on the ongoing developments in the industry, providing a dynamic and challenging environment for those wishing to pursue a career in journalism, digital publishing or the wider media. Spanish: Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages around world both in terms of the numbers of speakers, and the global geographical spread. As a global language, Spanish is second only to Mandarin in terms of the number of the worlds population who speak it as a first language. It has official status in 21 countries spanning Europe, Africa, North, Central and South America. As the economies of South and Central America continue to surge forward, and the political reach of these nations continues to grow and develop there has never been a more important time to consider studying Spanish. Admissions from Beginners to post A level only.