Why study this course?
Taught by world-leading researchers with integrated media practice learning, this course allows you to gain a critical understanding of the role media play in social, economic, political and cultural life. You’ll develop your expertise and practical skills in areas such as media, journalism, community radio, documentary making and advertising.
More about this course
Explore the relationship between the media and culture, identity and lifestyle, and globalisation with this degree. Combining media production and media analysis, you’ll study television, film, the internet, the press, popular music, social media and media audiences, as well as having the opportunity to develop your own media practice in photography, filmmaking and audio production.
This course will provide you with a critical understanding of the role media plays in social, economic, political and cultural life. You’ll be taught by world-leading researchers and given presentations from industry experts and practitioners.
We organise regular lectures and presentations by industry experts and practitioners and educational visits to places like the London Film Festival and the British Board of Film Classification.
You can get a taste for life at our School of Computing and Digital Media by taking a look at our showcase of recent student work.
You’re assessed via essays, reports, poster presentations, creative media work, individual and group research projects, and a final dissertation with regular supportive feedback.
Where this course can take you
Previous graduates have found employment in news organisations, advertising, digital media, education, market research, media production, public relations and publishing. Graduates can also go on to undertake postgraduate study.