University Of Greenwich Journalism

University Of Greenwich Journalism

Media and Communications, BA Hons

  • Learn to research, analyse and craft communications in a variety of media and cultures for the 21st century
  • Combine media research and analysis with creative projects and professional skills
  • Academic, creative and critical approaches to media in the digital age tailored for postgraduate study
  • Produce creative content across a range of topics, media, from text and images to video, sound, performance and transmedia
  • Acquire entrepreneurship and leadership skills within the creative industries
  • Alumni go on to work in a variety of roles within the media and creative sectors such as: PR and marketing, social media, higher education, independent production houses, content and creative agencies, as well as curating, broadcasting and publishing


Like it or not, media is an ever-present force in our lives. Whether we’re consuming the traditional forms of media – television, newspapers or radio – or newer, more immediate forms – such as Facebook video, blogs, memes or podcasts.

What will I learn?

The BA Media & Communications combines the cultivation of critical thinking, research and writing with real-life media research and production skills.

The overarching aim of the programme is for students to gain both theoretical and practical grasp of media and communications as an area of intellectual, creative and professional practice not limited to one particular industry.

You will develop a practical and theoretical understanding of the media and creative industries. You will cultivate skills relating to storytelling and practices of representation in audio-visual media and transmedia. You will study media theory, history, media technologies, creative cultures, institutions, content and audiences.

You will learn to write for different kinds of media, use cameras, sound recording equipment and post-production/editing technologies.

Placement options in Year 3 enable students to gain work experience at businesses and organizations across the media and creative industries.

University Of Greenwich Journalism

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