Media Studies degrees teach students about media channels, focusing on mass-media and its history, content, and social impact. Students learn about traditional (radio, television) and modern mass-media (social networks, vlogs). Typical Media Studies include classes on Ethics and Journalism, Legal Issues in Communication, and Visual Culture. Graduates work as media planners, PR officers, or social media managers.Read more about studying a Media Studies & Mass Media degree
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Spain attracts thousands of international students every year with its friendly and laid-back lifestyle. The weather is also excellent, allowing you to enjoy the warmth of the sun and relaxing beaches when you’re not in class. Higher education institutions charge relatively low tuition fees and go head-to-head with other big-name institutions worldwide. Spanish universities are well known for their offer of prestigious Business studies. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn Spanish, which is a great asset on any CV, especially if you want to start a career in Spain or at a multinational company.Read more about studying abroad in Spain
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