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LONDON SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM

Director of Studies: Mr. MAX PEMBERTON.

Patrons :

The Rt. Hon. the VISCOUNT NORTHCLIFFE. The Rt. Hon. the VISCOUNT BURNHAM. The Rt. Hon. the LORD BEAVERBROOK.

The Rt. Hon. the LORD RIDDELL.

The Rt. Hon. SIR HENRY DALZIEL, Bt.

SIR ARTHUR PEARSON, Bt.

SIR GEORGE SUTTON, Bt. SIR WM. ROBERTSON NICOLL, M.A., LL.D. SIR ARTHUR QUILLK.R-COUCH, M.A., Litt.IX

SIR CHARLES STARMER. CECIL HARMSWORTH, Esq., M.P.

F. J. MANSFIELD, Esq. (President of the National Union of Journalists, 1918-19.)

THE LONDON SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM pro- vides two Courses of Instruction : one in practical Journalism, one in Story Writing. Both Courses are given entirely by correspondence, and the instruc- tion is under the personal direction of Mr. Max Pemberton, who has secured the collaboration of many brilliant contributors and assistants.

The training is thus of a very thorough and practical character, and every endeavour is made to ascertain, the degree and the direction of each student's natural abilities in order that the most appropriate field of literature may be chosen.

The number of students being necessarily limited, in view of the individual character of the instruction, applications for enrolment can only be accepted from those who show some aptitude for Journalism or Authorship. Applicants may send a specimen MS. for Mr. Pemberton's criticism, in which case a small reading fee is charged, but this will be deducted subsequently from the enrolment fee.

Contributors to the Courses:


SIR W. ROBERTSON NICOLL, M.A.. LL.D. (Editor "British Weekly," " Bookman," Ac.)

MR. HAROLD CHILD

MR. W. B. MAXWELL

MR. DION CLAYTON CALTBROP.

The late MR. CHARLES OARVICE.

MR. J. M. BULLOCH.

MR. CHARLES SPEN- SER SARLE.


SIR ARTHUR QUILLER- COUCH. M.A.. Litt.D. (King Edward VII. Pro- fessor of English Litera- ture. Cambridge i.

MR. HAMILTON FYFE.

MR. NF.WM4N FLOWER.

MR. PETT RIDGK.

MR. BARRY PAIN.

MR. S. J. PRYoR.

MR. LIONEL VALDAR.

MRS. W. K. CLIFFORD.

Miss MARY BILLINGTON.


MR. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL.

Full information regarding the School's Courses of Instruc- tion is given in th Prospectus, which also contains a com- plete Synopsis of the Lessons comprising each Course. A copy of the Prospectus may be had upon application to the Assistant Secretary,

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