The focus is on political communication in a global context that is changing at a faster rate, taking into account, the growth of message production, transmission and reception across countries, along with the key theories, controversies and themes that form the core of academic study of political communication. It is a one-year course.
People who are interested in international relations, politics and political communication and those who are interested in a verity of careers which are related politically, can take this degree as it will be relevant subject for them to study.
The course includes these modules: The Politics of Representation, Global Communications, Reception Analysis and Marketing Politics and Production. In addition to the modules that the students can select from the modules that are optional like, Media and Cultural Industries, Media and Modernity, Citizenship and Communications, and Media, Nations and Nationalisms.
Those who wish to apply for this course should have a good upper second class honours degree with a minimum percentage of 60% in humanities or social sciences. Applicants with proper professional expertise will be considered as well.
The course starts in October, 2014 and students are to apply by March, 2014. The fee for the course is £13,750.
For outstanding students Graduate School Scholarships of 25 per cent of fee costs and Departmental Scholarships of 20 per cent of fee costs are available.