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Are you fascinated by digital media, especially social media? Would you like to investigate the new media landscape and understand its effects on society? Do you have your sights set on a career in the media world, with an emphasis on digital media and contemporary media practices? If so, Media Culture may be the right choice for you. The programme combines theoretical reflection, research on user practices and basic media skills training. Using an interdisciplinary approach, media studies is integrated with political philosophy, philosophical aesthetics, history and sociology of technology. This ensures that you develop the theoretical, analytical and practical skills that are essential to understanding and adapting to the ever-changing media world, whether you are working in a cultural
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You are eligible for admission if you have a bachelor’s degree from a relevant academic field: media or communications studies, film or television studies, history, social science, humanities or liberal arts. You must also have relevant work experience. Non-native speakers or applicants who have their undergraduate degree in a language other than English must have one of the following language qualifications: IELTS with a minimum score of 6.5, TOEFL with a minimum score of 575 (paper-based), 232 (computer-based), 90 (internet-based), and writing minimum score 25; Cambridge Proficiency Certificate (grade A, B, C), Cambridge Advanced Certificate (grade A, B, C+)
2.083 euros for EEA nationals per year/13.800 euros for non-EEA nationals
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