This full-time one-year MSc course is for people with science, technology or medicine backgrounds, or graduates from other backgrounds with substantial experience in a scientific environment, who want to develop careers communicating science in broadcast media, probably in documentary or other factual programming.
Through both academic and practical taught modules, the course allows a greater focus on broadcast media than the more general MSc in Science Communication.
Instead of an academic dissertation, you will undertake an independent production project.
AHRC-funded studentships at Imperial College
The Department of Humanities at Imperial College is pleased to announce AHRC-funded studentships. We have two professional preparation studentships to support study on the MSc Science Media Production, under the specific subject area of Film, Digital & Media Production. This funding will cover tuition fees for EU students. UK students also receive a monthly bursary payment of approximately £900 for the duration of the course.
Applicants who have already received an offer of a place on the course should submit a statement to Liam Watson (Science Communication Group administrator) at [email protected] demonstrating suitability for a studentship in the relevant subject area and explaining how the funding will benefit your future career. Applicants who have not yet applied for a place on the course must in addition complete the online application form by the deadline below.
Candidates require a good degree, normally a second class Honours degree or better, from a UK (or equivalent overseas) university or college of higher education in a scientific or science-related subject.
To find up-to-date information on our fees please visit our Student Finance page (View Website)
Recipient: Imperial College London
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