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Charlotte Lem has moved on to the next chapter of her life by securing a job in public relations.

Charlotte, 22, from Wolverhampton studied for a Multimedia Journalism degree at the University of Wolverhampton.

She originally thought that she wanted to be a teacher and studied a teacher training course for a year after finishing her A Levels in English Language, English Literature and ICT.

"Teaching wasn't really for me," Charlotte said.  "I realised that quite quickly.  And then I saw a leaflet about journalism and as I've always been interested in writing and had a passion for words, I thought that a degree in Multimedia Journalism would suit me much better.

"I chose the degree course because I was interested in writing and wanted to study somewhere that would extend my skills and my original idea was to maybe go into writing for newspapers.

"I learned a lot during my time at University.  It's a varied course, we did TV, Radio and Film as well as writing and PR - a bit of everything and I also did work experience at PR agencies, newspapers, radio station and in the University press office."

After studying for three years, Charlotte secured a job at marketing and PR agency, 8848, based in Coven, Staffordshire as a Junior Account Executive. She is now working on accounts for M6 Toll and Persimmon Homes.

Charlotte graduated with a First Class Honours degree and picked up the Express & Star Award for Excellence in Journalism and The Nicholas Jones Media Prize for Outstanding Final Year Project.


For more information please contact the Media Relations Office on 01902 32 2736 or 01902 518647.

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