School of Media and Communication

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4th in the UK for communication and media studies

Complete University Guide 2022

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School of Media and Communication

From political campaigns and international affairs to popular culture and social networking, communication and the media are at the centre of everyday life. We cannot fully understand modern societies without understanding media and communication.

You’ll critically examine how people share knowledge, values and beliefs through television, journalism, film, online media and beyond. Our degrees emphasise choice and opportunity, allowing you to tailor your degree to your own strengths and interests.

The School of Media and Communication is actively working to build a diverse and inclusive school community that supports all staff and students. Our Equality and Inclusion Lead is Kate Nash. You can find out more about our current projects and access staff and student resources here.

3rd

in the UK for research power in media and communication

Research Excellence Framework 2014

5th

in the UK for communication and media studies

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021

6th

in the UK for communication and media studies

Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Our undergraduate degree courses combine strengths in communication and media research with the teaching of communication history, theory and practical skills.

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Our Masters degrees are designed to provide you with comprehensive knowledge that is based on both strong theoretical grounding and professional experience.

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Studying for a PhD allows you to explore a subject that fascinates you in great depth and make a meaningful contribution to your chosen field.

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