You should normally have an upper second-class (2.1) undergraduate honours degree or above in any subject. You can also apply for this course if you have relevant work experience or you submit a portfolio of work.
Months of entry
This unique course combines critically analysing development, democratisation processes and social change with gaining creative and technical media production skills.
You focus on media as tools for global social and political change with a strong emphasis on the role of civil society and (alternative) media organisations.
Social media, citizen journalism, activist media, participatory media and specialised broadcast media are successfully used to inform and engage audiences outside established channels of communication for issues such as:
- social inequality
- human rights
- gender issues
- environmental change.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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