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NCTJ Exams

NCTJ Exams

NCTJ Essential Media Law & Regulation

NCTJ Essential Media Law & Regulation

Description

Date: Wednesday 24th January 2018

Time: 9.30am - 12.00pm

Location: Room TBC, MediaCityUK Campus

Payment Deadline: 12.00pm, Wednesday 20th December 2017


Terms and Conditions - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

Only students who have paid for the NCTJ Essential Media Law & Regulation via the online payment system, by the payment deadline (above) will be entered for the exam. The University will not accept any exam payments after this deadline.

You DO NOT need to notify Sarah Cassidy of your wish to sit the exam before or after payment. You simply need to pay for the exam via the online payment system. 

This payment is effectively your confirmation that you wish to sit the exam, and will generate an exam entry specific to you as a candidate. Therefore do not pay if you think that there is any possibility that you may not wish to sit the exam when the date arrives, as you will not be refunded if you change your mind. 

You will receive a separate email three days before the exam which will confirm your final exam arrangements. If you do not receive this email please contact journalism@salford.ac.uk immediately.

Please note that no refunds are available for an exam not attempted. If there are serious mitigating circumstances that prevent a candidate attempting an exam, these would have to be supported by medical evidence in order for a fee deferral to be authorised by NCTJ, which could be used for a subsequent attempt at the missed exam.

There is a minimum number of candidates required for each exam sitting to ensure exams are viable. Your payment receipt is not a guarantee that the exam will run.  You will be issued a full refund if the university has to cancel the NCTJ exam due to low candidate take-up.

NCTJ have introduced two assessment fees for students on accredited (MA) and non-accredited (BA) courses. Please select Add to Basket next to the relevant level below to continue.

For enquiries please contact Sarah Cassidy on 0161 295 3749, or email journalism@salford.ac.uk.

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NCTJ IPSO Regulation Test

NCTJ IPSO Regulation Test

Description

Date: Wednesday 24th January 2018

Time: 1.00 - 1.30pm

Location: Room TBC, MediaCityUK Campus

Payment Deadline: 12.00pm, Wednesday 20th December 2017


Terms and Conditions - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

Only students who have paid for the NCTJ IPSO Regulation Test via the online payment system, by the payment deadline (above) will be entered for the exam. The University will not accept any exam payments after this deadline.

You DO NOT need to notify Sarah Cassidy of your wish to sit the exam before or after payment. You simply need to pay for the exam via the online payment system. 

This payment is effectively your confirmation that you wish to sit the exam, and will generate an exam entry specific to you as a candidate. Therefore do not pay if you think that there is any possibility that you may not wish to sit the exam when the date arrives, as you will not be refunded if you change your mind. 

You will receive a separate email three days before the exam which will confirm your final exam arrangements. If you do not receive this email please contact journalism@salford.ac.uk immediately.

Please note that no refunds are available for an exam not attempted. If there are serious mitigating circumstances that prevent a candidate attempting an exam, these would have to be supported by medical evidence in order for a fee deferral to be authorised by NCTJ, which could be used for a subsequent attempt at the missed exam.

There is a minimum number of candidates required for each exam sitting to ensure exams are viable. Your payment receipt is not a guarantee that the exam will run.  You will be issued a full refund if the university has to cancel the NCTJ exam due to low candidate take-up.

NCTJ have introduced two assessment fees for students on accredited (MA) and non-accredited (BA) courses. Please select Add to Basket next to the relevant level below to continue.

For enquiries please contact Sarah Cassidy on 0161 295 3749, or email journalism@salford.ac.uk.

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NCTJ Media Law Court Reporting

NCTJ Media Law Court Reporting

Description

Date: Wednesday 13th December 2017

Time: 2.30pm - 4.00pm

Location: Room TBC, MediaCityUK Campus

Payment Deadline: 12.00pm, Monday 20th November 2017


Terms and Conditions - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

Only students who have paid for the NCTJ Media Law Court Reporting  via the online payment system, by the payment deadline (above) will be entered for the exam. The University will not accept any exam payments after this deadline.

You DO NOT need to notify Sarah Cassidy of your wish to sit the exam before or after payment. You simply need to pay for the exam via the online payment system. 

This payment is effectively your confirmation that you wish to sit the exam, and will generate an exam entry specific to you as a candidate. Therefore do not pay if you think that there is any possibility that you may not wish to sit the exam when the date arrives, as you will not be refunded if you change your mind. 

You will receive a separate email three days before the exam which will confirm your final exam arrangements. If you do not receive this email please contact journalism@salford.ac.uk immediately.

Please note that no refunds are available for an exam not attempted. If there are serious mitigating circumstances that prevent a candidate attempting an exam, these would have to be supported by medical evidence in order for a fee deferral to be authorised by NCTJ, which could be used for a subsequent attempt at the missed exam.

There is a minimum number of candidates required for each exam sitting to ensure exams are viable. Your payment receipt is not a guarantee that the exam will run.  You will be issued a full refund if the university has to cancel the NCTJ exam due to low candidate take-up.

NCTJ have introduced two assessment fees for students on accredited (MA) and non-accredited (BA) courses. Please select Add to Basket next to the relevant level below to continue.

For enquiries please contact Sarah Cassidy on 0161 295 3749, or email journalism@salford.ac.uk.

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NCTJ Public Affairs Exam

NCTJ Public Affairs Exam

Description

Date: Friday 26th January 2018

Time: 2.00pm - 3.45pm

Location: Room TBC, MediaCityUK Campus

Payment Deadline: 12.00pm, Wednesday 20th December 2017


Terms and Conditions - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

Only students who have paid for the NCTJ  Public Affairs via the online payment system, by the payment deadline (above) will be entered for the exam. The University will not accept any exam payments after this deadline.

You DO NOT need to notify Sarah Cassidy of your wish to sit the exam before or after payment. You simply need to pay for the exam via the online payment system. 

This payment is effectively your confirmation that you wish to sit the exam, and will generate an exam entry specific to you as a candidate. Therefore do not pay if you think that there is any possibility that you may not wish to sit the exam when the date arrives, as you will not be refunded if you change your mind. 

You will receive a separate email three days before the exam which will confirm your final exam arrangements. If you do not receive this email please contact journalism@salford.ac.uk immediately.

Please note that no refunds are available for an exam not attempted. If there are serious mitigating circumstances that prevent a candidate attempting an exam, these would have to be supported by medical evidence in order for a fee deferral to be authorised by NCTJ, which could be used for a subsequent attempt at the missed exam.

There is a minimum number of candidates required for each exam sitting to ensure exams are viable. Your payment receipt is not a guarantee that the exam will run.  You will be issued a full refund if the university has to cancel the NCTJ exam due to low candidate take-up.

NCTJ have introduced two assessment fees for students on accredited (MA) and non-accredited (BA) courses. Please select Add to Basket next to the relevant level below to continue.

For enquiries please contact Sarah Cassidy on 0161 295 3749, or email journalism@salford.ac.uk.

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NCTJ Shorthand Exams

NCTJ Shorthand Exams

Description

Exams:

Speed (Words per Min)

Exam Date/Time

Venue

Payment Deadline

60 11.30am, Thursday 14th December 2017 Allerton Exam Room 0 12.00pm, Wednesday 29th November 2017

Exam Fee: £15.30 PER SPEED

Terms and Conditions - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

On the day of the exams, students are only permitted to sit the speed(s) which they have paid for in advance via the online shop, by their respective payment deadlines (see above). The University will not accept payments after these deadlines.

Students will not be permitted to attempt any speed on the day of the exam that they have not paid for in advance.

Students are also not permitted to swap speeds on the day of the exam – i.e if a student has only paid for 60 wpm, that is the ONLY speed they will be allowed to attempt on the day of the exam.

PLEASE PAY FOR THE SPEED(S) THAT YOU BELIEVE YOU WILL WISH TO TAKE ON THE DAY. If you are unsure of your current standard of proficiency, and of how viable it is for you to sit a particular speed, please speak to your Shorthand Tutor.

You DO NOT need to notify Sarah Cassidy of your wish to purchase the NCTJ Shorthand Exam. You simply need to pay for it via the online payment system.

You will receive a separate email three days before the exam which will confirm your final exam arrangements. If you do not receive this email please contact journalism@salford.ac.uk immediately.

Please note that no refunds are available for an exam not attempted. If there are serious mitigating circumstances that prevent a candidate attempting an exam,  these would have to be supported by medical evidence in order for a fee deferral to be authorised by the NCTJ which could used for a subsequent attempt at the missed exam.

There is a minimum number of candidates required for each exam sitting to ensure exams are viable. Your payment receipt is not a guarantee that the exam will run.  You will be issued a full refund if the university has to cancel the NCTJ exam due to low candidate take-up.

For enquiries please contact Sarah Cassidy on 0161 295 3749, or email journalism@salford.ac.uk.

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NCTJ Video Journalism Exam

NCTJ Video Journalism Exam

Description

Date: Friday 9th March 2018

Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm

Location: Room TBC, MediaCityUK Campus

Payment Deadline: 12.00pm, Wednesday 14th February 2018


Terms and Conditions - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:

Only students who have paid for the NCTJ Video Journalism Exam via the online payment system, by the payment deadline (above) will be entered for the exam. The University will not accept any exam payments after this deadline.

You DO NOT need to notify Sarah Cassidy of your wish to sit the exam before or after payment. You simply need to pay for the exam via the online payment system. 

This payment is effectively your confirmation that you wish to sit the exam, and will generate an exam entry specific to you as a candidate. Therefore do not pay if you think that there is any possibility that you may not wish to sit the exam when the date arrives, as you will not be refunded if you change your mind. 

You will receive a separate email three days before the exam which will confirm your final exam arrangements. If you do not receive this email please contact journalism@salford.ac.uk immediately.

Please note that no refunds are available for an exam not attempted. If there are serious mitigating circumstances that prevent a candidate attempting an exam, these would have to be supported by medical evidence in order for a fee deferral to be authorised by NCTJ, which could be used for a subsequent attempt at the missed exam.

NCTJ have introduced two assessment fees for students on accredited (MA) and non-accredited (BA) courses. Please select Add to Basket next to the relevant level below to continue.

For enquiries please contact Sarah Cassidy on 0161 295 3749, or email journalism@salford.ac.uk.

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