Become a studentbeans.com writer!
Whether you're considering a career in journalism or just have a passion for writing and have something to say, why not become a studentbeans.com writer...
We're good, yes, but we don't mind admitting we could be better.
Keen to ensure that we're at the forefront of campus culture we're opening up our doors (by which we mean our website) to you lovely students.
We're offering the lucky few an unprecedented opportunity to become part of an elite squad of studentbeans.com writers, and reach hundreds of thousands with their words.
If your application is successful you'll be asked to come up with your own original and compelling stories for the site. You'll then be asked to write and upload them using our professional content management system, offering you invaluable experience that'll stand you in good stead for a career as a writer.
What we're looking for...
- You show a real desire to be a writer and talent to match, regardless of the course you’ve studied.
- You can identify subjects that matter to the student demographic early and write about them in an intelligent and compelling way.
- You are a creative thinker, brimming with ideas.
- You have an excellent sense of humour.
If that's you then we'd love to hear from you. If writing for the leading student website in the country sounds like something you're interested in please follow this link and send us your application.
Whilst we're at it...
studentbeans.com are delighted to support So You Want To Be A Journalist, a one-day conference for aspiring journalists. The event on Wednesday 25th April will give anyone wanting to build a career in the media a unique chance to quiz over 30 of the UK’s top hacks working in newspaper, magazine, online and broadcast journalism on the skills, attributes and experience you need to break into the industry.
Speakers include ITN’s political editor Tom Bradby, investigative journalist Nick Davies, BBC Panorama editor Tom Giles, columnists Zoe Williams and Camilla Long, the Observer’s foreign affairs editor Peter Beaumont, Newsnight reporter Anna Adams, BBC Wildlife’s environment editor James Fair and award winning photojournalist Andrew Testa and lots more!