MA in Media and Communications - Global Media.
Course Type: Postgraduate
Career Path: Marketing
Course Category: MA
Global demand for critical skills and knowledge within the international media industry is at an all- time high. Stay ahead of the game with the online MA in Media and Communications – Global Media from the London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA), powered by InterActive.
As a graduate of the course, you will have acquired detailed knowledge of global media platforms, and will have learned how to analyse the continuing impact of globalisation on the form, development, and presence of international media outlets. Contact with industry professionals at LCCA will contribute to a practical real-world perception of communication technologies, delivered through the encouragement of discussion and debate concerning media concepts such as demographic identity and collective culture. Analysis of international audiences in terms of ethnicity and gender and how they are impacted by media business and methodology will provide graduates with the skills required to compete effectively in the global media market.
With course delivery through InterActive’s online learning platform, you will have access to HD video tutorials, a libraray of research resources, professional and peer student networks, and student support, all at your fingertips, 24/7.
Academic entry requirements:
Undergraduate degree (2:2 minimum) or equivalent
English language requirements:
Where English is not a first language, and the student has not completed their undergraduate degree in English, the following proof of English language proficiency is required:
TOEFL-IBT score of 78 or TOEFL PBT score of 547; IELTS overall band score of 6 or higher; or Michigan Test equated score of 80 or better.
In exceptional circumstances, work experience in an English speaking environment or a High School diploma in English or equivalent may be sufficient to demonstrate a student’s proof of English language proficiency (reviewed by admissions board)
Course Duration: 18 months (1.5 years)
Campus Based: No
Intake: February & October
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