Department of Journalism Studies,
Faculty of Social Sciences
Due to high demand our MA Global Journalism starting in September 2019 is now closed to new applications.
If you have applied for this course and need more information about your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This far-reaching journalism degree combines research on media practice and freedom around the world with some practical newswriting experience and events. Students have recently visited BBC studios and conferences, and collaborated with the European Parliament. Join up and you’ll look at journalism within the context of globalisation, comparing and contrasting media practice around the world, immersed in vital discussions around the relationship between media, society and government – at a hugely critical moment for freedom of expression.
- Writing for the Media
- The Weaponisation of the Media: Abuses of the Principle of Publicity
- The Victimisation of the Media: Challenges and Threats to the Principle of Publicity
- Research Methods
- Journalism, Globalisation & Development
- Journalism and Britain
- Language and Communication: A Data-Driven Approach;
- Reporting the European Union
- Propaganda, Media and Conflict in a Changing World
- Media Freedom: European, UK and US Perspectives
- Media and Public Communication in Japan
- Media, State and Society in China
- Researching Social Media
- Digital Advocacy
We teach through lectures, seminars, workshops and research exercises.
You’re assessed by essays, examinations and a dissertation.
1 year full-time
To take one of our MA courses you must have one of the following:
- A 2:1 undergraduate degree (we will consider a 2:2 if we are sufficiently impressed by your potential).
- An alternative qualification approved by the University as degree equivalent.
- Substantial previous work experience in a media-related role.
English language requirements
Overall IELTS grade of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
Fees and funding
There are a number of bursaries for students on the journalism, magazine and broadcast courses, from the Scott Trust (owner of The Guardian), Journalism Diversity Fund and others.
Our MA Global Journalism starting in September 2019 is closed to new applications.
If you have applied for this course and you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
+44 114 222 2500
The course information set out here may change before you begin, particularly if you are applying significantly in advance of the start date.