This diverse and distinctive programme focuses particularly on the moving image, most importantly film and television. You can also choose modules around advertising and around the role of popular music in culture. Explore media from historical, critical, cultural and ethical perspectives, developing the analytical, research and communication skills highly valued by employers. The course investigates how institutions affect diverse film and media product and how audiences interpret them. It closely examines questions of representation, ideology, power and identity in contexts of production and consumption, preparing you for employment in areas such as television, advertising and marketing, social media, teaching, research, media heritage, arts administration, film production and digital marketing. You’ll be well prepared for a career in teaching, publishing, advertising, media journalism or arts administration, along with a range of careers in industry, commerce and public services. Our graduates are working in television, radio, film production, advertising, journalism, public relations, market research companies, sales and teaching, as freelance music writers or are undertaking further studies such as MAs or PhDs.