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Bachelor in Media and Communications (BSc) - Brunel
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Bachelor in Media and Communications (BSc) - Brunel

Brunel University London
LondonUK
On campus
Full-time
€24,857.04/year
 3749 Points
Duration
3 Years
Language
English
Apply date
Jul 2024
Start date
Sep 2024

EU Undergraduate Discount 2024/5 (Brunel)

Brunel University London offers EU scholarships (£8,000 - £12,000, depending on course fees) for this undergraduate program.

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Program Description

This bachelor in Media and Communications (BSc) enjoys a very close relationship with sociology and combines the theoretical elements of sociology with the practical elements of media studies. You’ll focus on all aspects of society: its personal, social, and cultural dimensions.

Studying communications and media at Brunel is not just limited to the classroom. You’ll have the opportunity to broaden your mind by going on field trips and joining film sessions, where you’ll learn about camera lighting and editing. You’ll be able to attend optional company visits, for example, IMG studios, where you’ll receive a tour of the studios.

In this bachelor in Media and Communications (BSc), you’ll have the chance to make your own films in groups. You’ll develop your skills in the media services suite which has industry-standard facilities. You’ll be taught about the software Final Cut Pro and how to use different types of Canon cameras.

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Course Content

Throughout your degree you’ll be encouraged to link together theoretical and practical parts of the course as you engage in a broad-ranging sociological study of the contemporary media. From Year 2 you’ll have the opportunity to specialise in areas of particular interest to you. In your final year you can choose between a written dissertation and producing a short film with a written element.

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Teaching and Learning

You’ll benefit from group seminars and personal tutorials allowing you to learn in smaller groups and in one-to-one discussion. All ideas are freely expressed leading to lively class debates.

You’ll be taught by academic specialists who draw on their cutting-edge research, publish in the best journals and are often reporting in the news. This means that you’ll have the latest and most up-to-date content and you’ll benefit from plenty of hands-on experience.

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Curriculum

Year 1

Making Sense of Culture and Society (Issues I)

Researching Culture and Society

Becoming an Independent Learner: Culture and Society (Skills I)

Me, You or Us? Analysing Identity and Power (Issues II)

Exploring Identity and Power

Becoming a Critical Scholar: Identity and Power (Skills II)

Key Ideas in Media

Media Production I: Non-Fiction

Year 2

Research in Practice

Global Communication

Social Media and Networked Cultures

Media Production II: Fiction

Year 3

Communication and Media Studies Dissertation (Practice)

Communication and Media Studies Dissertation

Jobs - Careers

  • Marketing
  • Events and Production Co-ordination
  • Research and Buying in the Media Industries
  • PR
  • Journalism
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