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School of Media and Communication undergraduate degrees

Undergraduate degrees

Our degrees look at how people share knowledge, values and beliefs through television, journalism, film, photography and online media. Explore the role of media and communication in everyday life, while developing key analytical and creative skills.

You might also be interested in studying BA Global Creative Industries, which is taught by four Schools across the faculty, including the School of Media and Communication.

Enrichment opportunities

Your time at Leeds is about much more than your academic studies. Take advantage of industry placements, study abroad opportunities, career mentoring, award-winning media societies, industry-standard facilities and software to gain new skills and life experiences.


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Ishan Siddiqui
“We were taught how to conduct research, where to look for information and how to communicate effectively. The media industry runs on communication and collaboration, both of which are skills I take for granted now.”