Applicants should have a first degree or equivalent at 2:1, or above, or have considerable experience in a related field and be able to demonstrate outstanding ability and potential.
Months of entry
The MA Media and Cultural Studies course is designed to help students to develop careers as an academic or as a professional cultural or media worker.
The course has emerged out of the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research and focuses on the expertise of scholars actively involved in a range of live research projects. Students will be encouraged to develop as internationally-minded research professionals.
- Cultural Theory;
- Creative Industries and Cultural Policy;
- Professional Development;
- Researching Media Cultures;
- Research in Practice;
- Professional Practice;
- Major Project (MA by Practice or MA by Dissertation).
The course adopts a blended learning approach by introducing key topics and issues through a variety of learning. Learning activities include lectures, seminars, practice-led, self-directed and experiential learning; in person and online through Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), live projects, and interactive workshops.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiry Team