In our ever-changing global, digital world, there has never been a better time to study the media, and our courses are flexibly designed so you can study exactly what piques your interest.
We receive approximately 400 applications per year and take on approximately 90 undergraduate students each year.
Media and Communication
Media and Communication BA (with optional year abroad)
Full-time, 3-4 years | UCAS code: P910
Today we have media in our pockets. And the way we’re absorbing and distributing information is always evolving. But what are the implications of this? How do we think about issues both critically and practically? This degree has the answers.
Media, Society and Culture BA (with optional year abroad)
Full-time, 3-4 years | UCAS code: PL33
Media and society have a complicated relationship. Why is this? It’s an increasingly important question, and one you’ll tackle through in-depth study of the key debates and theories that underpin it.
Film and Media Studies BA
Full-time, 3 years | UCAS code: P900
Few art forms can entertain, shock, inform or make us laugh the way film can. In this degree, you’ll explore the power of film and other modern media – drawing on critical approaches based in the humanities and social sciences.
Full-time, 3-4 years | UCAS code: P500
In a world of social media and ‘fake news’, an understanding of journalism is more important than ever. This course will teach you core journalistic techniques and help you develop skills to deliver effective content across multiple platforms. We’ll also explore how the modern global news industry functions.
Journalism with Creative Writing BA
Full-time, 3 years | UCAS code: P502
In a world of social media and ‘fake news’, an understanding of journalism is more important than ever. This course will teach you core journalistic techniques and help you develop skills to deliver effective content across multiple platforms, while also encouraging your creative side.
Journalism and Sociology BA
Full-time, 3-4 years
In a world where demand for news has never been higher, you'll develop your practical journalism skills whilst your sociology modules will help you understand pressing questions raised by studying the media.
Journalism and Media BA
Full-time, 3-4 years
This degree takes the best of our Journalism and Media and Communication degrees, giving you a grounding in journalism, and helping you develop practical skills while understanding the context in which the contemporary media operates.