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JOMEC Cymraeg Outreach Programme

  • CalendarAvailable on request
  • Clock outlineFlexible
  • Only available in Welsh

This is an exciting opportunity for students with an interest in media, journalism and communications to find out more about relevant career opportunities and study pathways.

Using a range of audio-visual presentations, JOMEC Cymraeg lecturers draw on their experience as professional journalists and communicators to illustrate the benefits of pursuing a career in these fields. It is a chance to:

  • hear from professionals who have had notable careers in the industry
  • take part in interactive workshops
  • learn about Radio, TV, Print, Digital Media, Communications and Public Relations (PR)
  • get guidance on applying to relevant courses
  • hear from academics, students and graduates
  • understand the Welsh language dimensions and the opportunities that arise through Welsh-medium provision.

This activity can be arranged for small or whole year-groups, as well as teachers.

Take a look at our @JOMECCymraeg Twitter account to see the activities we are able to offer in schools.

Find out more

For more information about the activity, please visit our website.

About the organiser

This activity is organised by School of Journalism,Media and Culture (JOMEC). Contact Sian Morgan Lloyd at or +44 (0)2920 876843 for more details.

How to book

This activity is organised by JOMEC Cymraeg. Contact Sian Morgan Lloyd for more details.

TicketThis activity is free

We come to you

We want to make it easy for you to work with us. Wherever possible we will bring this activity to your school or college.


  • TickTeachers
  • TickKey stage five - ages 16-18, years 12-13

Teacher supervision is required.

Curriculum themes

  • TickExpressive arts
  • TickHumanities
  • TickLanguages, literacy and communication
  • TickWelsh
  • TickDigital competency
  • TickCareers and employability

Activity type

  • TickEvent
  • TickRoadshow
  • TickTalk or lecture


  • TickCareers and employability
  • TickPromoting higher education
  • TickSupporting curriculum themes
  • TickSupporting the Seren network
  • TickWidening university participation

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