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Which MSc is right for you?

MSc Media and Communications (and Research Track)

An up to date engagement with theoretical, conceptual and empirical developments in research on media and communications. An ideal preparation for research work and high level employment in media and communications and related fields.

12 Month MSc 

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MSc Media and Communications (Media & Communications Governance)

Aiming to provide a broad based understanding of the institutions and regulations that structure the development and forms of media and communication systems. The programme covers policy, regulatory, legal and economic aspects of media and communication services.

12 Month MSc 

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MSc Media, Communication and Development

An up to date engagement with theoretical, conceptual and empirical developments in research on media, communication and development. An ideal preparation for research work and high level employment in both media and communications, and media, communication and development related fields.

12 Month MSc

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MSc Politics and Communication

An ideal preparation for research work and employment in media, politics, communication and related fields (although note that we do not provide practical training in journalism, media or campaign management).

12 Month MSc

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MSc Global Media and Communications (Two Years)

Critical exploration of mediation in the global context, examining processes of globalisation in relation to organisation, production, consumption and representation in media and communications.

24 Month MSc

Joint Programme with Annenberg School for Communications and Fudan University.

12 months full-time at LSE, followed by one year at Fudan University, Shanghai or University of Southern California.

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MSc Gender, Media and Culture

This programme is offered by the Gender Institute and offers an interdisciplinary approach to enable students to consider theories of gender from a range of disciplinary perspectives, develop a critical appreciation of different theories of gender relations to inform their appreciation of existing work in their own disciplines and in an interdisciplinary context, and use the analysis of gender relations as a basis of research.

12 Month MSc

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