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Inha Lindarenka

MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice Alumni
London College of Communication
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Inha  Lindarenka



After completing her Masters at London College of Communication Inha is currently working at a top media outlet in Belarus. Her next step is to turn her MA major project into a PhD dissertation.

Where are you from in the world?


Why did you choose to study this course and why LCC?

I entered LCC with 5 years of professional background in media and cultural management. While selecting an MA course, I was looking for an opportunity that would allow me not only to expand my knowledge in media and communications but also to gain political and analytical expertise as well as a deeper insight into new theories and trends.

What was your first impression of LCC when you joined?

When I joined LCC the atmosphere of intelligent creativity really impressed me. From the topics of LCC events, to the final shows of graduates, everything was problematising the contemporary reality and emphasising the possibility of positive change.

And what’s your favourite thing about LCC now?

LCC provides its students with a strong sense of community. As a graduate student I still feel involved in LCC’s life and I follow events and projects.

What’s the most interesting project you’ve worked on through your course so far?

My major project – analysing the representation strategies of post-Soviet areas. This was the most interesting part of my studies. I enjoyed the final stage of the course as I finally managed to put all my knowledge together and produce a good piece of academic writing.

What important piece of advice would you give to students thinking of studying this course?

MA Media Communications and Critical Practice is designed for people who have an interest in better understanding the contemporary state of media, communications and their role in shaping the world we live in.

The course will definitely improve your critical thinking and provide you with knowledge that will make you not only a better professional but also a better thinker.

What three words would you use to best describe LCC?

Modern, inspiring and uniting.

How have you found living in London, and where’s your favourite place to explore?

I enjoyed my life in London! I would recommend Peckham for LCC students. It’s well connected with the college, it’s cheap, fun and has many affordable places to go out including bars, galleries and music venues.

What are you hoping to achieve after you graduate?

I’m currently working as a Project Coordinator in, a leading Belarusian media outlet that targets young people. I also work as an independent curator and critic (the knowledge I gained at LCC is particularly helpful in this sphere). I plan to turn my MA major project into a PhD dissertation. In years to come I see myself as a recognised curator, helping in opening up Belarus media and cultural scene to the world.

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