On Media and Cultural Studies (Year 3 Entry) Honours course you will undertake an in-depth critical exploration of culture and the mass media, and analyse the influence of mass media on society. They will encourage you to develop an independent critical voice and have the confidence to communicate your ideas. You will develop practical skills in media production and have the opportunity to work collaboratively with other media, journalism and advertising students – previous media projects include the creation of an app for Google and campaign pitches for Oxfam and Intern Aware.
All kinds of media are examined, including film, television, photography, newspapers and the internet. You will explore how these media products relate to broader social and political issues like globalisation, consumer culture and new technology. Using state-of-the-art facilities, you will also benefit from hands-on, practical experience of media production, from how different types of media are researched and produced to methods of circulation and consumption.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
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