MSc programmes

All our programmes offer the following benefits:

  • An intensive, high quality postgraduate education in media and communications.
  • A broad social science foundation in qualitative, quantitative, empirical and critical skills.
  • A diverse, multi-disciplinary and theoretically-oriented approach to contemporary developments, issues and debates in the field.
  • A range of specialist courses within media and communications and related fields, including an independent empirical research project.
  • An intellectually stimulating, well-resourced learning environment, with strong links to media and communications industries and policy makers.
  • The opportunity for lively cross-cultural exchange of ideas among a dynamic group of fellow students in the Department and School.
  • Study with internationally-recognised active researchers with expertise in media and communications and politics and democracy, regulation and policy, technological change, audiences, globalisation, culture, and more.

Note: We have a dedicated web page for our MSc/MA in Global Media and Communications Programme|. For entry to the MSc in Global Media and Communications, we no longer require the GRE or GMAT test.

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