Joint Honours degrees give you the maximum flexibility to study subject areas that genuinely interest you. You’ll be able to shape your study according to your strengths, interests and career ambitions. If you have an interest in communications and society and media then this course is ideal for you. It allows you to tailor your study to your strengths, interest and career ambitions. By combining these two subjects you can give your degree an industry flare that will help you to stand out within the graduate employment market. MEDIA at NTU was ranked as one of the top 25 Media courses in the UK in the Guardian University Guide 2013. This popular degree combines theoretical approaches to media with opportunities to learn practical media skills. NTU's MEDIA course achieved a 90% student satisfaction rate for Media and is in the UK’s Top 20 for student satisfaction - The National Student Survey 2016. This media course offers a diverse mixture of theoretical and practical approaches to the media and helps you to enhance your skills and passion for the rapidly evolving and dynamic field. You'll learn from industry professionals who are researching cutting edge aspects of media culture and who will be able to provide your studies with a range of interesting media texts from social networking sites through to anti-globalisation movements. 92% of our media graduates are in work or further education within just six months of finishing their degree ( last destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2014 -2015). You'll learn from industry professionals who are currently exploring cutting-edge research and who will examine media cultures from social networking sites through to globalisation movements and computer gaming. You’ll investigate the media’s role in relation to communication. NTU’s COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY course will encourage you to make sense of the transformations which our societies, technologies and personalities are undergoing. Throughout the course you'll examine communication between individuals, groups, organisations and humanity. The core aspect of this course draws on Psychology and Sociology, and also includes aspects of Philosophy, History and Anthropology. This course will provide you with a wide range of skills and knowledge to match the broad selection of career prospects. You'll develop; excellent written and oral communication, critical analysis skills, a variety of IT skills, develop team working skills and time management skills. MEDIA at NTU has received a 90% student satisfaction rate - The National Student Survey 2016. The real life projects that students have undergone with the support of influential organisations has led to the success of many graduates forging exciting careers within well-known and small to medium sized companies. Recent COMMUNICATIONS & SOCIETY AND MEDIA graduates have also gone on to work in graduate-level positions with; the BBC, Sky, Brit Asia TV, Channel 5 and IBM. Many of our graduates have also chosen to undertake further study on one of our masters-level courses or MPhil and PhD research degrees.