You should normally have a merit (an average of 60% overall) in a Masters degree in a subject relevant to your chosen area of research. You may also be considered for the degree if you have other professional qualifications or experience of equivalent standing.
Months of entry
January, September, May
Explore how media figures in everyday life, politics and culture. You’ll work with expert faculty guiding and supervising you throughout your research project. You’ll join an active research culture engaged in rigorous critical and historical studies of a wide range of media cultures.
We particularly welcome research proposals in areas such as:
- social and cultural analysis of media forms, institutions and practices
- media representation and media audiences
- advertising and consumption
- feminist, queer and activist media studies
- media histories and theories
- visual, audiovisual and sound cultures.
Projects can be co-supervised with faculty in other subject areas as appropriate.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries