International Media and Communications
What is communication? How does it differ across cultures? What impact does technology have? How is it used to influence and control?
These are just some of the big questions we ask in our degrees and research.
As well as the big societal impacts we also explore how we are shaped by the media and how we express our own identity through communication.
Our staff are passionate about their subjects - publishing regularly and passing their latest research knowledge onto their students.
Prepare for an undergraduate degree if you don't meet our usual entry criteria.
I chose to study International Media and Communications as the modules offered me a chance to explore all my interests; politics, society, technology, and how they interact with each other.
In the latest Research Excellence Framework assessment:
- 90% of our research environment has been recognised as of world leading quality
- 100% of our impact case studies have been recognized as having outstanding or very considerable impact
We look at countries’ different ideas on freedom of information, ethics, and social responsibility, and the potential for transnational communication to make a difference in the world.