- Part time 2-5 years
- £12,500 GBP (total tuition fee)
£1,041.67 GBP (price per program)
- 9 programs
- Start dates
- 13 May 2019
What do I need to apply?
Normal entry requires a good undergraduate degree on the British model in the arts, humanities or social sciences. Equivalent qualifications from overseas and professional qualifications are also acceptable.
Applicants whose first language is not English should have an IELTS of 6.5 overall, with no component lower than 5.5
What are the learning outcomes?
A student who successfully completes the degree will have achieved the following learning outcomes:
reacted and responded creatively and at an advanced level to different media forms;
demonstrated an awareness and sensitivity to gender, race, sexuality, disability and ethnicity, and a willingness to challenge structural inequalities;
critically engaged with content which is cutting edge, evaluating and using it in a flexible and professional way to develop knowledge;
engaged with international, local and regional contexts and approaches to analyse and produce meaningful work which demonstrated an advanced level of understanding;
produced visible and outward facing content which engages with a network of peers and media professionals;
self-managed and communicated effectively with colleagues and peers through a range of workloads and self-directed projects, which demonstrated forward-thinking professionalism; and
engaged with new ideas and practices, utilising a range media tools and modes of presentation.
Programs on this degree
|Archive, Film and Exhibition|
|Digital Culture Research|
|Global Professional Development - Consultancy|
|Identity and the Good Life|
|Nations in Crisis|
|Research and Practice Portfolio|
|Senses and Digital Methods|
|Subjectivity and the Screen|
|The Transnational Condition|
Learn flexibly and pay as you go
You can pay for each program in the degree as you go, making it possible to gain a qualification in a flexible and affordable way.