The MSc Media and Communication programme aims to provide you with the opportunity to develop a deep understanding of the field of media and communication at theoretical and practical levels.
The MSc Media and Communication programme provides a wealth of knowledge and transferable skills for you to make an impact on the media world of today and tomorrow.
Media is at the heart of most businesses, and it is constantly evolving. In this programme, you will understand media, interactive virtual reality, broadcasting and newsgathering.
You will also receive guidance in how to steer through the many pitfalls today’s globalised mediascapes present. Graduates will become trailblazers in a media world full of opportunities.
This programme is currently undergoing major revisions to be implemented in September 2022, pending approval.
The revised programme will allow students to choose between two pathways: a practical pathway, Professional Communication, and a research pathway, Global Media and China. The proposed revisions include ending the part-time programme.
For more information, please contact our Programme Director, Tabe Bergman
By the time you graduate from the MSc Media and Communication, you will have:
The completion of additional learning activities is required to obtain your master degree. The programme includes a total of 600 hours of Additional Learning Activities, most of which are chosen individually by students. Normally, required ALA hours will be distributed evenly across each semester, amounting to 200 hours per semester. Part-time programmes will normally require 100 to 150 hours per semester. They should normally be spread equally over teaching semesters and the summer and winter breaks.
Graduates are well prepared for careers in the ever-expanding, international media environment that requires multifaceted, disruptive, cutting-edge technology and key opinion leaders. Our alumni are employed as digital media entrepreneurs, media company executives, digital change consultants, public relations executives, international media facilitators, and print and broadcast journalists.