An honours degree (2:1 or above) or equivalent overseas qualification.
Months of entry
This programme examines the ways in which individuals and organisations consume and use media to fashion identities and forge relationships.
You will develop a detailed understanding of media and cultural theories, history, cultural policy, gender and social movements, in one of the world’s principal cities for international communications and media.
You will learn from a passionate faculty of leading professionals and academics, offering a vibrant insight into the media and creative industries, through the sharing of specialised knowledge in information science, law, anthropology, political economy, political and social theory, ethnic studies and more.
Qualification and course duration
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