CONSULTATION by Steve Cross, Acting Dean, School of Media, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
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- | Media & Communication, Digital Economy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
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- 16Nov 2017 (Thu)19:30 - 20:30 Free
- HKU SPACE International College Lounge, 6/F, United Centre, Admiralty (Admiralty MTR Exit D) 金鐘統一中心 (Updated on 16 Nov)
- 2910-7626 / 7645 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(The First Round of Application Deadline for the Master's Programme: 30 Nov 2017, Thursday)
Consultation - Evening Session (Registration required):
HOST: Steve Cross, Acting Dean, School of Media,
London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
|16 November (Thu)||7:30 pm||
Lounge, 6/F, United Centre, Admiralty (Admiralty MTR Exit D)
(Updated on 16 Nov)
Application fee of HK$300 for master's programme will be waived for application forms submitted at the time of the consultation session.
MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice
(January 2018 Intake)
This unique MA programme explores contemporary media and communications alongside the creative and professional practices that are central to the cultural industries. This programme has been designed for postgraduates students considering a career on media, creative industry or the cultural sector, as well as those who want to work in research and education. The programme will enable students to develop the intellectual abilities and gain the practical experience they need for employment within the rapidly changing media and creative industries. Students will explore contemporary approaches to the media and creative industries and their social and economic contexts, investigate how global and international perspectives, issues of diversity, equality and identity, and emergent environmental and ethical challenges relate to contemporary media production, circulation and consumption.
Graduates will be well suited to a range of careers in the media, communications or creative industries, as well as to research roles in the cultural and public sectors.
New Articulation Arrangement with London College of Communication (LCC) for Graduates of Postgraduate Diploma in Media and Cultural Critique
▲ Postgraduate Diploma in Media and Cultural Critique QF Level: 6 QR Registration No.: 10/000058/6; Validity Period: 01/09/2010 to on-going.
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T: 2910 7626 / 2910 7645