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This course will provide you with a broad understanding of the varied role of media and communication in society.
The flexibility of this course means you can develop general expertise and/ or specialist knowledge in particular fields, such as film, political communication or the cultural industries more broadly.
Core modules introduce a range of theoretical perspectives and their application in real-world contexts. You'll have the opportunity to choose from optional modules; the content of these modules is informed by the research interests and practice of academic staff who teach them. You'll undertake an independent research project, working under the guidance of an individual supervisor.
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A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (Hons) in a social sciences or humanities subject. Relevant professional experience will also be considered.
Applications based on degrees in other subjects may be considered on an individual basis by the course leader. If you don't have a degree in social sciences or humanities, we may request a personal statement explaining why you should be offered a place on this course.
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"I was drawn to the School of Media and Communication because I knew it had a reputation for being one of the best in the country. The School provides excellent facilities for its Masters students, like its dedicated postgraduate room, and there are also a wide-range of interesting modules to choose from taught by internationally renowned scholars."
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