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University of Buckingham

BA Communication (EFL) and Media Studies

University of Buckingham
In Buckingham

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Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Buckingham
Duration 2 Years
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Buckingham
  • Duration:
    2 Years
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

This degree programme is for speakers of English as a foreign language from overseas who want to work in the media, journalism or communication industries, usually in their home countries.
It is particularly attractive to students who intend to pursue careers in areas where the English, journalistic skills and media knowledge which they have acquired on the programme will equip them for work in an exciting, international or global media environment.

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Where and when
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Buckingham
Hunter Street, MK18 1EG, Buckinghamshire, England
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Buckingham
Hunter Street, MK18 1EG, Buckinghamshire, England
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H
hihitre
4.0 14/09/2018
What I would highlight: Choose an easy project and work a lot.get mature! turn cross-disiplinary! Thanks for everything.
What could be improved: Great course.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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What you'll learn on the course

English Language
English
Media Studies
Radio
Global
Advertising
Communications
Writing
Communication Training
Media
Media Journalism
Writing
Media Journalism

Teachers and trainers (1)

John M L Drew
John M L Drew
Professor of English Literature

John Drew joined the Department as a lecturer in 1998, after a period teaching as a Visiting Lecturer in the northern Spanish University of León. He was promoted to a personal chair in 2011, and became Dean of Arts and Languages in 2014, followed by Dean of Humanities in 2015. Qualifications MA (BA) Hons, English Literature (Trinity, Oxford) PhD English Literature (Birkbeck, London)

Course programme

The programme consists of a combination of modules in communication and English language studies (EFL) together with a range of introductory and advanced modules in media and journalism. The former aim to improve students’ English language abilities to a high level, while the latter include modules in technological aspects of media and journalism.This degree differs from the department’s English Studies with Media Communications or with Journalism programmes in the following ways:
  • it is designed particularly for EFL speakers;
  • students do suitable communication projects of their own choosing related to media or journalism;
  • there are no literature modules but there are free choice options;
  • there is an extra module on film making.
Modules available on this course
  • Advertising
  • Current Affairs TV
  • Design for Media
  • Design for Print
  • Digital Publishing
  • English in Institutions
  • English in Society
  • Feature Writing
  • Film Studies
  • From Data to Story
  • Global Communication
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Introduction to Reporting
  • Media Discourse
  • Media Studies
  • Modern English Language
  • Modern English Usage
  • News Management and Public Relations
  • Photojournalism
  • Principles of Media Practice
  • Radio Journalism
  • Registers of English
  • Translation Methods
  • Translation Skills
  • Varieties of English
  • Videocraft
Full course information in the University Handbook

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