Film, Media & Journalism rapidly developed into a major centre for research and learning after its foundation in 1978. Its research arm, the Many FMJ graduates are successful practitioners, entrepreneurs and executives in the media and communications industries, and active in numerous other occupations. They regularly return to share their professional experience with current students. The Department’s strong relationships with screen industries, public relations and journalism professionals are among its core strengths, along with its high-profile activities within international research communities.
The wide choice of options in taught graduate and undergraduate programmes, and in doctoral research, includes theoretical study in the field of media and culture, as well as vocational work on the media, communications and journalism industries. Our undergraduates may choose to include radio, television, print and online journalism practice modules in their programmesof study.
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