**Institute for Media and Creative Industries**
The Institute for Media and Creative Industries is actively engaged in various research projects that aim to benefit communities and organisations across the world. We are a multi'disciplinary academic community, with commanding knowledge and expertise of the media and related industries, including the music, press, film, television, social media, arts and tourism industries.
The Institute for Media and Creative Industries attracts graduate research students and world'leading faculty. We collaborate across the University, and externally with a range of UK and international academics, practitioners and research centres. This helps to ensure our impact on academia, industry, institutions, civil society, professionals, and policy'makers at both national and international levels.
London is one of the world’s principal hubs for media and communication and is the primary destination for many national and international agencies operating in the media and creative industries.
For more information, see our programme page for Communication and Cultural Policy MA
Our Communication and Cultural Policy MA explores the debates surrounding the implications of communications and cultural policies for democracy, equality and the economy, to prepare you for employment across a broad range of industries and sectors.
Through careful analysis of current research and theories, this programme will enable you to develop knowledge of effective communication strategies and cultural polices in a changing global and national environment.
You will learn how to interpret, evaluate and apply advanced knowledge of communications and cultural policies in an innovative way. This will foster your ability to critically analyse current research and advanced scholarship about communications and cultural policies in global and national contexts.
Each module will prepare you for employment in diverse professional environments through a combination of independent work and industry exposure.
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- A minimum of an upper second class honours degree (2:1) or equivalent overseas qualification in a social sciences, humanities or associated subject.