Welcome to the University of South Wales’ Sports Journalism website. ExpoSport is where you will see information about the course and, more importantly, work produced by students on the course and some contributions from staff.

Here we showcase the best work and provide news, interviews and insights into what’s happening in the world of sport – from reporting on university teams based at our Sport Park in Treforest,to examining the key issues being discussed by fans and pundits.

Watch out too for some big name interviews over the coming months. And make sure you follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Sports Journalism first year student Robert Jones interviewing Wales Women’s manager Jayne Ludlow

If you want to apply for the new BA (Hons) Sports Journalism, you can apply here. And if you need some advice about what’s in the course or whether it’s for you, contact the course leader Julie Kissick

Julie is a journalist and producer and has worked in newspapers, television and radio. She was the first woman to produce Soccer Sunday for ITV and spent several years at BBC Sport, working on the Rubgy World Cup and other major sporting events.  She is a regular contributor to sports programmes and writes for a range of sports publications including Swansea City‘s matchday programme, Jack Magazine, where she has her own column. She also edits this website, so if you see a post by Editor, that’s one of her stories.

She launched the new course after consultation with a number of key figures from the world of sport. There was also a conference prior to the first intake arriving conference attended by a range of sports journalists and industry specialists. She says running the new course is one of the highlights of her career.