Whether it’s for print, broadcast, or digital media, in our media studies courses, you’ll learn to perfect your writing skills.

In a media studies degree you’ll debate news and current affairs, including controversial topics like globalisation, media ownership, policy and regulations, digital technologies and social media. 

Our media studies courses emphasise practical skills and projects, so you’ll leave with strong skills in writing and communication — and you’ll know how to handle and deliver complex messages to different audiences.

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