This programme offers you a balance of theory and practice, giving you the opportunity to explore key concepts in media studies in secondary schools and post'16 level.
Modules include: Media languages; media audiences; media institutions; media representation.
Course Additional Entry
Applicants must have grades A, B and C at GCSE, conducted by an approved examination board. As well as UK qualifications, we accept many equivalent overseas qualifications. To check to see if your qualifications are of an equivalent standard to the UK academic entry requirements for this PGCE programme we recommend that you contact UK NARIC. You'll need to enter the details of your relevant qualifications on your PGCE application form. You are also required to provide scanned copies of your qualifications (alongside official translations where original documents are not in English) within 14 days of being requested. If English isn't your first language you will also be required to have a recognised qualification in English Language Proficiency. If you don't have a first degree awarded by a generally recognised institution in the UK, please note that the award of the PGCE and QTS does not in itself confer graduate status for the purposes of salary. Salaries in such cases are determined by employing authorities and not by the College or by the relevant government department.
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