The British College of Journalism and the Ultimate Travel Journalism Course are approved with the International Accreditation & Recognition Council (IARC). Click here to view our listing.
The IARC provides a recognition and accreditation system, for distinguishing quality post secondary education, including vocational education, distance education, adult and continuing education.
IARC works with participating institutions across the world including the United States, Europe, Asia and Australasia. This accreditation brings recognition of the College having met criteria in the areas of administration, course content, and course delivery and student assessment.
This travel journalism course is also recognised throughout the industry as providing appropriate training for the field of travel journalism. In fact, many of the UK’s leading writers and editors are contributors to this travel journalism course.
The international recognition and accreditation that this course offers serves both our local and international students. In this way, this travel journalism course allows students to use their internationally recognised accreditation both in the UK and abroad.
About the IARC
The IARC are a private organisation that is made up by members in the pursuit of better education standards for all. The board members put their names and reputations on the line with each and every course they approve so though they are not governed by an official organisation such as a government education department, it could be fair to say they are more invested in ensuring quality than your average government organisation.
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Qualification required to work as a freelance travel journalist
Unlike other industries, at most levels freelance journalism does not require formal qualifications or training to find work and success. However, the value in undertaking a travel journalism course such as the one we offer is knowing how to approach travel journalism, writing efficiently and effectively, understanding publication processes and chains of command and knowing how to profit from your efforts.
It is for this reason that our travel journalism course is intensely focused on the practical side of freelance journalism. The assignments you complete throughout this travel writing course will go a long way towards forming the backbone of your professional portfolio that you will then be able to build on as you produce and submit pieces to publications.
You can find out more about this freelance journalism course by downloading your free course guide here.