Media School: Playlist
Media School: Courses
Whichever course you study, you will meet staff and students from all over the world passionately committed to the creative exploration of contemporary media practice. Your course will equip you with the knowledge, skills, experience and networks that will help you to define and shape the media and creative industries of the 21st century.
International Studies and Progression
- Level 3: International Introduction to the Study of Design, Media and Screen
- Certificate of Higher Education: Preparation for Design, Media and Screen
- Certificate of Higher Education: Preparation for Design, Media and Screen (online)
Communications and Media
- BA (Hons) Advertising
- BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Cultures
- BA (Hons) Media Communications
- BA (Hons) Public Relations
- MA Advertising
- MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice
- MA Public Relations
Journalism and Publishing
- BA (Hons) Journalism
- BA (Hons) Magazine Journalism and Publishing
- MA Publishing
- MA Journalism: Arts and Lifestyle Journalism
- MA Journalism: Audio/Video Journalism
- MA Journalism: Social Justice Journalism
- BA (Hons) Photography
- BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
- MA Commercial Photography
- MA Photography
- MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
- MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography (Online / Part-Time)
Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS)
Students can apply to the Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS), an optional year-long experiential learning opportunity, allowing you to undertake a variety of internships and professional experiences for a whole academic year in Year 3, as part of a four-year degree.
Research in the Media School
Research in the School of Media is collaborative and multi-disciplinary, encompassing practice and theory-based enquiry advanced through diverse, innovative approaches and methods. We address four key research areas:
Power, conflict and justice
Our researchers are concerned with the representation of conflict and suffering, spaces of control, surveillance and incarceration, and the relationship between visual culture and practices of reparation and social justice.
Digital technologies, cultures and economies
We research digital media in contemporary societies, with a particular focus on digital economies, emergent technologies, and media, mobility and migration.
The Digital Cultures and Economies Research Hub advances research in this area.
Media, history and memory
Research in this area explores media, history and memory, with a strong emphasis on communities and cultures. The Photography and the Archive Research Centre supports research in this area.
Creative industries: policy, management and innovation
Our researchers are interested in creativity, innovation and organisational structures. We examine the management of the creative industries and new developments in media legislation, cultural policy and media work. The Creative Industries Management Research Hub advances research in this area.
Media School: Stories
Mentoring Spotlight: Eva Ferguson x Maria Paz Acosta Raimondi
MA Arts and Lifestyle Journalism student, Eva Ferguson, and her mentor, Maria Paz Acosta Raimondi, discuss navigating organic career journeys and how mentorship encourages personal growth for both mentor and mentee.
Graduate Voices: Débora Mabel Caro Reyes
Débora Caro-Reyes chats to us about developing her own hybrid practice, gaining inspiration through graduate networks, and producing her first solo exhibition at the Gabriela Mistral Gallery.
MA Publishing students develop podcast series with Penguin
Claudia Scavuzzo shares her journey towards the world of publishing and the importance of agile problem-solving.
London College of Communication presents Changing Places exhibition in collaboration with University of the Basque Country
'Changing Places' aimed to interrogate Zorrotzaurre’s position as one of Europe’s most ambitious urban regeneration projects by showcasing the work of emerging practitioners.