Media and communications have never played a more important role in society. You can gain a profound understanding of how it drives the global economy, shapes individual identities and defines contemporary social life - knowledge which is highly valued by employers in the media industry, social media, entertainment and other fields.
By studying Media and Communications with us you will be studying Media through a Sociological lens means you will understand the subject from a broad perspective looking at data, policy and cultural influence.
You can also benefit from our location, based in the heart of London - home to some of the world’s leading media organisations.
The subject can prepare you for a range of exciting careers in fields like broadcasting, advertising, marketing, PR, NGOs, fundraising and journalism.
How to become an advertising executive
Discover what it takes to become an advertising executive and what you should expect as you progress your career in advertising.
How to become a journalist
Whichever type of journalism you choose, you will work with stories, communicating with an audience through a variety of media.
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