Leeds topped a survey by the social media site LinkedIn to determine the best institutions for “media professionals”. Oxford came second, Cambridge seventh.
Regardless of incessant talk of an Oxbridge mafia, it would seem the University of Leeds, institute of matriculation of the Daily Mail manager in-boss Paul Dacre, is the best scholastic way to a media profession.
Leeds topped a review by the social networking site Linkedin to focus the best organizations for “media experts”. Oxford came next, Cambridge seventh.
The colleges most regularly connected with expert instructing in news-casting did not rule either. Cardiff, which gloats of being the UK’s “most established and most accomplished school of news coverage”, came joint third with Nottingham, while media authorities Bournemouth and Westminster were ninth and fourteenth.
Among its journalistic graduated class, Leeds claims such high-fliers as the BBC business manager, Kamal Ahmed, and his imperial partner Nicholas Witchell. Sports moderators Georgie Thompson and Jacqui Oatley additionally went there.
The college makes no notice, nonetheless, of the previous BBC agent executive general Mark Byford, a Leeds contemporary of Dacre’s.