View all Bachelor of Arts Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication in United Kingdom 2019
Students who want to further their education and prepare for a career will often pursue a Bachelor of Arts (BA). Programs can be found at schools all over the world and are usually earned in around four years.
Journalism is a field that focuses on bringing information regarding local, national, and international events to the attention of the general public. Journalists help inform people through interviews, observation, or by reading and summarizing past articles and relevant documents.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom and Britain, is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of continental Europe.The two most famous (and oldest) universities are Oxford and Cambridge (often referred to as Oxbridge by many Britons) England also has several other world-class institutions, including several in London (notably Imperial College, the London School of Economics, University College London and King's College London, all are part of London University)
Top BA Degrees in Journalism and Mass Communication in United Kingdom 2019
University of South Wales Online Programmes through UNICAF
During this one year ‘top up’ course, you will examine core aspects of business such as business strategy and communication, whilst also getting the chance to
B.A. (HONS) – Business Studies (Top-up degree)
What you will study
During this one year ‘top up’ course, you will examine core aspects of business such as business strategy and communication, whilst also getting the chance to conduct a real investigation into a business problem that allows you to apply your business acumen to a real-life scenario.
International Culture and Communications
Ethics and Sustainability – Theory and Practice
£9,352 UNICAF offers a number of scholarships to eligible students. For more information, please contact a UNICAF student adviser
The ICMP’s BA (Hons) in Creative Music Production offers you, as an aspiring music maker and producer, the opportunity to develop your unique sound and professional profi
The ICMP’s BA (Hons) in Creative Music Production offers you, as an aspiring music maker and producer, the opportunity to develop your unique sound and professional profile in preparation for a career in the industry.
The ICMP’s BA (Hons) Creative Music Production course further develops the central ICMP practice of close industry connectivity and engagement through both the employment of dual practitioner tutors, focusing on ‘real world’ vocational and entrepreneurial development. The core benefits of this course are:
It will enable you to create, produce and launch market-ready original music.
It will enable you to develop industry-relevant technical and entrepreneurial skills.
Richmond The American International University in London
The Film Studies degree is a vibrant, cross-disciplinary programme that focuses on historical, critical and theoretical approaches to the study of film, including televis
The Film Studies degree is a vibrant, cross-disciplinary programme that focuses on historical, critical and theoretical approaches to the study of film, including television and new media. Through a close analysis of certain national and international examples, and with a specialist emphasis on the history of film, third world/postcolonial cinema and particular themes (including gender, horror, fantasy and science fiction), the degree examines the historical, political, artistic and cultural aspects that go into cinema production. A strong technical and practical element of the degree complements the theoretical component, with classes on topics such as video production, acting and screenwriting, and documentary film production. Thus the degree provides an interdisciplinary and multimedia approach, imparting a theoretical knowledge with strong elements of practical training. Its elective courses allow students to develop a global awareness of film and related media within the framework of the liberal arts tradition.A minor in Media Production may add depth to your major of choice....
Learn how to make films by making your own. The course will give you a wide range of professional skills in post-production, cinematography, sound design and directing, u
Learn how to make films by making your own. The course will give you a wide range of professional skills in post-production, cinematography, sound design and directing, using a dedicated film studio and a range of editing and grading suites; all of a professional standard. Our ethos is both to push your individual creativity while also training you to work professionally when you leave us. We're rated top 20 for film production career prospects in the 2018 Guardian University Guide.
You'll be mentored by staff who are active filmmakers themselves and whose work has screened internationally. Several team members are BAFTA-winners and nominees. Our guest lecture series runs throughout the year and includes a diverse range of speakers: Sarah Hauldren, Art Director Evita, Luke Rainey, Colorist - Band of Brothers, Simon Haslett, VFX - Harry Potter VII, Titanic, Nik Powell, Head of N.F.T.S. (National Film and Television School) and David Morrissey- Actor, The Walking Dead....
Learn by doing with our Creative Skillset approved BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production degree course, where you’ll be making films from week one.
Focusing on the short film form, including original and adapted drama, documentary, advertising and commercial editorial, you’ll explore a variety of filmmaking mediums and platforms on our undergraduate film and moving image production course. You’ll become an accomplished storyteller and a flexible, multiskilled collaborator, with a deep knowledge of the industry underpinning your technical and craft skills.
Your film and moving image production skills
You’ll have the chance to try out a range of production roles as you learn fundamental skills in producing, directing, camera work and editing, as well as other areas like sound recording, sound design and production design....
Study Media and Communication with us and you will learn practical skills to equip you for an exciting career in the media, marketing or related fields, as well as transf
Study Media and Communication with us and you will learn practical skills to equip you for an exciting career in the media, marketing or related fields, as well as transferable skills which are valued by employers and open up a range of wider career opportunities.
You will have the chance to explore radio and video production, digital and social media, journalism, public relations, branding, marketing and more, learning from experienced industry professionals and leading academics.
A work placement will give you first-hand experience of media and communication, and you will have the option of studying a semester abroad in Hong Kong, Singapore or the USA.
Nottingham Trent University: School of Arts and Humanities
Our course combinations are designed so that what you learn in one subject will complement and enhance what you learn in the other. In your final year, you can choose eit
BA (Hons) Communication & Society and Media
If you've got two subjects that you really enjoy, or have career ambitions that demand a particular skillset, then a joint honours degree is a great choice for you. It enables you to shape your study according to your strengths, interests and career ambitions. Combining two subjects can give your degree an international or industry perspective that will make you stand out in the graduate employment market.
Our course combinations are designed so that what you learn in one subject will complement and enhance what you learn in the other. In your final year you can choose either to split your time evenly between your two subjects, or to specialise in one....
Do you have a passion for journalism & current affairs? We offer the only undergraduate journalism degree in Scotland accredited by both the NCTJ & BJTC, so all m
Accredited by: BJTC NCTJ
Our programme has been designed for individuals with a passion for journalism and current affairs and covers print, radio, television and the web. It is the only undergraduate programme in Scotland accredited by both the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and the Broadcast Journalism Training Council (BJTC), the two most respected industry benchmarks.
You'll gain the practical skill's key to success in this competitive industry such as shorthand, news reporting, and page layout, use sophisticated video, audio recording and editing equipment and write for online and social media. You will also study media law, government, ethics, and the media industries....
Create the future of communications. A dynamic course that critically explores cultural trends and media industries. Engage with all forms of mass communication: the inte
Create the future of communications. A dynamic course that critically explores cultural trends and media industries. Engage with all forms of mass communication: the internet, social media, television, radio, popular music, and cinema.
Get hands-on and create photographic essays, blogs, and podcasts. Design a talk programme for a radio station. Invent and pitch a lifestyle TV concept.
Work alongside practicing professionals from social media, marketing, TV and magazine production in state-of-the-art social learning spaces.
Graduate with a recognized degree and employable skills across all current and potential future media platforms.
BA (Hons) Journalism Studies at Lincoln aims to provide students with an informed understanding of the role of journalism in society, and the intellectual and practical s
BA (Hons) Journalism Studies at Lincoln aims to provide students with an informed understanding of the role of journalism in society, and the intellectual and practical skills required to succeed professionally as a journalist.
This degree examines the history, theories and research techniques that underpin investigative journalism. Understanding the social role of the journalist involves an exploration of the environment of journalism and its historical, social, political, economic and legal settings, both in the UK and internationally.
Course content is informed by the School of English and Journalism’s research programme, which examines issues such as human rights reporting. The course is taught by academics, researchers and practising journalists....
Communication happens through still and moving images, spoken and written words, music, drawing and animation. In the 21st century, the boundaries between these forms hav
Communication happens through still and moving images, spoken and written words, music, drawing and animation. In the 21st century, the boundaries between these forms have blurred. On this programme, you examine how old and new media are creating meaning today and using our first-class resources to create work of your own.
How is art different from entertainment? How do filmmakers, performers, and artists express themselves using style and genre? What are the distinctions between ‘high’ and ‘low’ media? The teaching staff, leading researchers in the field, guide you in answering these questions and more. They help you understand how media shape us, and how you, through your creative practice, can shape media....
This is a practice-based course with a strong academic background. It is focused on teaching multimedia and online techniques alongside traditional journalistic skills su
This is a practice-based course with a strong academic background. It is focused on teaching multimedia and online techniques alongside traditional journalistic skills such as research, reporting and writing.
You will be taught by professional journalists and internationally renowned academics and, as well as enabling you to become a better journalist, the course will also equip you with transferable skills that will help you whatever media career path you choose. Our students have a very high success rate in gaining employment in the media industries, and recent graduates have gone on to network radio, national newspapers and magazines, respected websites, top PR agencies and major television companies....
BA Advertising, Public Relations and Media degree with Honours is unique in that it will provide you with an excellent grounding in the key areas of both the...
Bachelor in Advertising, Public Relations and Media (BA)
BA Advertising, Public Relations and Media degree with Honours is unique in that it will provide you with an excellent grounding in the key areas of both the advertising and public relations industries. Being the two most closely aligned areas of communication, and central to the operations of media, cultural and other industries, a degree in this subject will lead to many exciting career opportunities.The degree blends media theory with specific industry practices, from planning PR and advertising campaigns to the critical reflection on the role and influence of these practices among different industries, audiences and the contemporary media.The media department regularly hosts events and lectures with high profile industry speakers, and the BA Advertising, PR, and Media have a dedicated speaker programme: ‘from the coalface to the classroom’. Our guest speaker network includes representatives from BMB, Iris Digital, Grey, Wieden + Kennedy, Edelman PR, Chime, Plane Stupid, The Sync Agency, Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, Save the Children, Macmillan, Sky and Rapha.As the UK hub of the advertising and PR industries, London offers excellent placement opportunities. Students on the course have secured placements across a wide range of companies and organizations, from agencies such as Frank PR, BMB, Saatchi and Saatchi to broadcast networks such as the BBC, ITV, MTV, as well as ‘client-side’ PR and marketing departments from the fashion industry to the charity sector.You'll work closely with our tutors, who include leading academic researchers as well as journalists, editors,...
An intensive and practical 2-year path to gaining a BA (Hons) in Filmmaking.
The two-year course is delivered over 6 terms, and totals 360 academic credits. The ethos of the programme is to teach creative, academic, technical and professional skills in an integrated way in an industry-standard setting. To this end, teaching initially takes place through interactive lectures, seminars, workshops and screenings and is then continued in a practical setting through shared film productions, in-company work placements and independent study.
Terms 1 and 2 are spent learning about key filmmaking disciplines: screenwriting, directing, producing, cinematography, editing, sound and production design. This phase of the course culminates in a series of collaborative projects, Film Project 1, where you experience multiple on- and off-set roles within the given filmmaking disciplines
During term 3, you start gaining independence and developing key skills in particular areas of filmmaking through the production of slightly-longer several collaborative film projects, Film Project 2
In the fourth term you are given more control over your modules choices as you start to gain more autonomy and experience on the course. This allows you to choose between a work placement module or a collaborative special project, which explores a non-narrative fiction discipline, for example a documentary, commercial or experimental film
During the fifth term, you normally write a dissertation – either a discursive dissertation or a project with academic commentary. Alternatively, you can apply for another work placement, accompanied by a presentation. During the final and sixth term of the course you work on a second, longer and more complex,...
Experience film making modules and produce professional films that meet industry demands. Screen your final film at the BFI Southbank in a showcase event.
The big picture
How would you like to develop your own original film projects and screen your final film at an internationally renowned London cinema? In Film Practice you’ll learn the foundational skills of filmmaking, then specialise in Cinematography, Writing/Directing or Editing and Post-Production, honing skills that will make you a valuable asset in the film and media industries.
This course is accredited by ScreenSkills. ScreenSkills offers industry focused advice and quality control assurances for staff and students on filmmaking degrees; it offers 24 hour support for industry professionals, liaises with government, and it now delivers the BFI's Future Film Skills training.