Suitable for those from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds, the course is designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of issues related to the convergence of broadcasting, telecommunications and the internet. Option modules allow you to specialise in the regulation of content and distribution channels, and in the policy of specific regions of the world. Core modules: Approaches to Media and Communication Research ? Dissertation ? Dissertation Preparation ? Political Analysis of Communications Policy Option modules, choose from: Chinese Media ? Development and Communications Policy ? Electronic Communications: International and Comparative Regulatory Context ? Electronic Communications Markets, Competition and Regulation ? European Communications Policy ? Global Media ? International Media Business ? Media Audiences ? Political Communication ? Political Economy of Communication ? Sex, Violence and Politics ? Technology and Communications Policy ? Theories of Communication The dissertation is a 15,000-word piece of original research on an aspect of communication you agree with you
You should normally possess a good first degree qualification (Upper Second Class Honours) or equivalent, and/or have relevant professional experience. If English is not your first language, you should have an IELTS score of at least 6.5, or 100/600 TOEFL. As far as possible, telephone interviews are conducted before offers of admission are made.
This course is designed to give you an overview of policy issues and processes in the media, information and telecommunications sectors. It draws on experience from Europe, the UK, the USA, Asia Pacific, Latin America and developing countries. The course encourages diversity and is designed to have international appeal. It ensures that you receive a relevant, well-grounded, high-quality education and skill base, enabling you to have a wide, clear and comprehensive understanding of communication and the mass media.
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