Through this course, you will undertake an in-depth investigation of how media and communications saturate our lives and the role that they play in society. In the past years, competence in multiple languages has been considered as key to success in the global job market, so by combining your studies with a language, you will distinguish yourself from other graduates and enhance your employability.
This degree programme will help you explore a diverse range of modules such as photography and video, television studies, and music industry management. You’ll have the chance to ask questions about representation in the media, and the place of audiences and fandoms. You will be able to choose from modules exploring journalism, political communication, advertising and consumption, and writing for the screen, gaining a range of skills that make you attractive to global employers.
In terms of language studies, you can choose from French, the official language in 32 countries, Mandarin, the world’s most natively spoken language. You can start your study of languages at DMU at beginner (French or Mandarin), intermediate, or advanced level, through a 30-credit module which will equate to two hours of language classes and one hour of cultural studies per week.