Top employee industries for graduates from the Department of Media and Communications include information and digital technologies, NGOs, public relations, education and media industries.

Find out more information about the various services and opportunities on offer within the Department and across the School for alumni from the Department of Media and Communications.

Stay connected to the Department

Alumni profiles

Read more about our MSc Alumni here and our PhD Alumni here.

PhD alumni updates

PhD alumni can update their details here

Social media

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Join the LSE Alumni Network

The international LSE alumni community comprises more than 130,000 people drawn from almost 200 countries. Wherever you are in the world, you can connect with fellow alumni and with the School. You can get involved with the LSE Alumni Association, network with alumni through regional groups or special interest groups, and attend a wide range of public events and lectures or watch them online.

Join the LSE Alumni Network

Visit the LSE Careers Service

The LSE Careers Service offers information on job opportunities, events and skills workshops, one-to-one appointments with Careers advisers and more for alumni up to 5 years post-graduation.The Careers blog also offers insight for people at all stages of their career.

Visit the LSE CareerHub

UnMediated: LSE's Politics & Communications research journal

Initiated by alumni from the Department of Media and Communications, UnMediated is an interdisciplinary, student-led research journal, which welcomes agitative and original works at the intersection of politics and communication. 

View the UnMediated website

The team behind UnMediated is committed to generating new thinking and action on issues of personal and political import – from the rise of digitally-mediated nationalist enclaves to the estrangement of personhood in an era of ubiquitous data collection. Drawing from an international network of emerging academics, visual artists, community organizers, and writers, UnMediated understands that changes in the social and material environment at once influence and are influenced by divergent communications practices. UnMediated is published both online and in print, and is currently accepting proposals for its upcoming issue entitled Disruption.

View the most recent call for submissions

What do LSE Media and Communications graduates do?

Become an Alumni mentee or mentor

The network is a great way to expand your personal and professional network and increase your opportunities. For more information on becoming a mentor please visit the Alumni Mentoring Network Help and Guidelines page or read through the Mentor Job Description and the Mentor Handbook to find out more.

You can also mentor within your organisation.To get involved, please contact

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Update your profile to ensure that prospective mentees can see your areas of expertise. Just log in to your profile to make the necessary changes. If you have any problems logging in please email

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Reference requests

If you are a current MSc student or an alumnus of this Department and you would like a reference from one of our academic staff, please complete this reference request form and submit it by email to the relevant academic. Please include as much information as possible as this makes it much easier to write a meaningful reference. You must include ALL of your courses and ALL of your coursework and exam results. 

Please allow 10 working days for the reference to be written. Let us know if it must arrive by a certain date and if there are any other special requirements (e.g., sealed envelope).