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Undergraduate courses

Media and Communication

Discover how media and culture affects who we are, what we do, and how we interpret the world around us.

Check out our Media and Communication courses here, or apply now to start your course in 2024.

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Study different media through global and digital contexts.

Studying a Media and Communication course can lead to career paths including TV and film research or production, marketing, advertising, journalism, publishing, and more.


1st in the UK for Learning Resources in Media, Journalism and Communications (National Student Survey 2023)


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Media and Communication BA (Hons)

This varied degree lets you be creative as well as analytical. Explore the varied world of media, taking in film, television, digital media, advertising and more...

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Creative Writing and Media BA (Hons)

Explore how different types of media interact with each other and influence the society and culture around them. This understanding will help to inform your writing, as you unleash your creativity by experimenting with form and genre...

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Film Studies and Media BA (Hons)

Combining Film Studies and Media lets you study the artistry and contexts of film in great detail, while also learning about how media and culture affect who we are...

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Media and English Literature BA (Hons)

This joint honours degree lets you explore many different forms of media text. You will read different styles, genres and voices in literature. At the same time you will engage...


10th in the UK for Creative Writing (Guardian University Guide 2023)

Preparing for your future

We host employability events throughout the year to help you focus on your future.

As part of annual employability conference we invite professionals from the media and film industry to talk about their careers and experiences.

Media Enterprise module

On this module you will work with a graphic designer and other consulting professionals. You will work together to devise concepts and pitches for apps and rebrands of existing media.

You will gain valuable experience using industry standard Adobe software including Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe InDesign CC.

Neutral Magazine

Our student-run online magazine is a great opportunity to voice your creative thoughts, insights and ideas. We welcome articles covering a range of topics, genres and styles. Some topics previously written about by our students for Neutral include:

  • Independent cinema's crucial role in amplifying the voice of women
  • Understanding the success of analog horror and its roots found footage genre
  • Remakes, reboots and reimagining's - has Hollywood ran out of ideas?

Visit Neutral Magazine here

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