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Journalism and Media

This is studying in the heart of a global media hub.

In a world where technology is driving the decentralisation of news, the need for qualified communications experts to gather information, investigate, verify and analyse information has never been greater.

Studying Journalism and Media at City, University of London will prepare you to successfully pursue a career in both traditional and emerging communication roles. You will benefit from our strong links with professionals in the industry, our central London location and our proximity to some of the world’s leading media organisations.

The Department of Journalism celebrated its 40th year of providing outstanding journalism education in 2017. Our highly focussed degrees are designed with a real-world emphasis and will equip you with the specialist knowledge and skills required from a 21st century journalist. You will gain first-hand practical experience through our state-of the-art studio facilities and work placements. Our Journalism graduates are working as reporters, broadcasters, anchors, feature writers in the UK and internationally.

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Delivered by the Department of Sociology, our Media and Communications degrees will make you explore the diverse ways in which all forms of media and communication drive the global economy, shape individual identities and define contemporary social life. Upon graduation, our students choose to further their studies in media and related research fields, or enter a wide variety of careers including journalism, publishing, advertising, public relations, marketing and arts administration and policy.

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