Media and journalism courses
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Why study Media and Journalism?
Our Media and Journalism degrees cover entertainment and identity in the media, writing for the press, marketing, advertising across every platform from newspaper to radio to digital media. They also cover how the media portrays important issues, such as conflict and democracy.
In an increasingly turbulent world, the ability to communicate well is vital, and a Media and Journalism degree will help you sharpen those skills. If you're passionate about the media's role in speaking truth to power, a Media and Journalism degree can help you gain the confidence to do just that.Media and Journalism students have graduated into jobs in television, magazines, newspapers, social media, advertising, and copywriting. They've become foreign correspondents, publishers, journalists, social media experts, and much more – and you could follow in their footsteps.
No.1 university in the UK for graduate salary boost (The Economist, 2017)
Top 30 in the UK for student satisfaction (National Student Survey (NSS) 2020)
No. 12 in the UK for Journalism, publishing and public relations courses (The Guardian University Guide, 2021)
5 reasons to study Media and Journalism with us
The city is so tight knit so you form close relationships with your course mates. The course leaders were also always available when you needed them, and pushed you when you sometimes wanted to give up. They always believed in me.
Undergraduate Media and Journalism courses
- Journalism BA (Hons)
- Journalism with Creative Writing BA (Hons)
- Journalism with Media Studies BA (Hons)
- Media Studies BA (Hons)
- HND Creative Media and Technology
- Media and Communication with Foundation Year BA (Hons)
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