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Interrogate the status quo with leading academics who don’t just talk and write about politics, but actively campaign to create change in the world
All around us governments are in crisis, protests are on the increase, dissent and mobilisation is widespread and relayed across the world instantaneously on a screen. Communication is at the very heart of the structures, institutions and actors that give meaning to politics in governments, in parties and on the street.
How do we live our politics on a daily basis? Who holds the power to influence political decisions that structure our lives? How might democracy be done better? What is the relationship between politics, the individual, institutions and the media? These are the kinds of questions we’re asking on this
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You should have (or expect to be awarded) an undergraduate degree of at least upper second class standard in a relevant/related subject.
The Political Communications programme at Goldsmiths has provided me with the holistic experience I was looking for in a taught Master’s curriculum. The professors are always accessible for support and guidance, and the taught courses are interactive and dynamic, with student perspectives from around the globe.
Prior to attending Goldsmiths I worked for an NGO based in New York City that works to train and advance women leaders into and throughout politics. Now, in London, I’m able to combine my professional experience with the academic skill set I’m acquiring while working for a public affairs consultancy in Westminster.
I chose Goldsmiths because of their outstanding reputation for delivering a creative learning experience.
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