Students on the MSc in Media and Communication are known for their qualitatively high output of research. Over the years, they have collectively and individually tackled cutting-edge issues such as new media, marginalized films in China, media in crisis communication, branding and inter cultural management, newspaper analyses, and many more. This year’s final year Master’s students are no different and are working on very topical and far-reaching issues. So far, though, most of this exciting research has not circulated as widely as it should. It is intended that this will change with this open and public event.
Master’s students will present their research in a poster session and will be available to discuss it. Their peers will be able to see how such research can be successfully structured and presented and colleagues from the XJTLU community at large can partake in the exciting developments within the School of Film and TV Arts and discuss interdisciplinary ramifications of such projects. It is certainly promising to be an exciting and profitable event for all involved.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you at the poster session! All welcome!