Many of our staff have abundant experience teaching students from different countries and diverse backgrounds. Our staff continue to sharpen their skills by engaging in professional development, including attaining membership into the UK’s Higher Education Academy (HEA), through a professionally accredited postgraduate programme.
Staff aim to create an interactive class environment in which students take charge of their own learning and develop as independent thinkers. They also offer one-on-one supervision, working closely with students while they write their Final Year Project or MSc dissertation and helping them with applications for further studies or jobs.
The BA Communication Studies’ new curriculum, which starts in September 2020, includes the following features:
The latest academic programme information of BA Media and Communication Studies with regards to the modular structure, the setting of teaching and curriculum, work placement, programme staff and expertise, facilities and resources, and career and further study can be found in the Induction video through the link below. Frequently asked questions about the programme can also be found .
From September 2020 on students will be able to use the state-of-the-art facilities in the new building of the School of Film and TV Arts (SoFTA), which features professional-grade editing suites, audio production facilities, green screen studios and a large cinema.
BA students can choose to take the last two years of their degree at the University of Liverpool. The department also offers MSc and PhD degrees in Media and Communication. All three programmes lead to a degree from the University of Liverpool, a global top 200 university.