University of Leicester
The University of Leicester is a research-led university based in Leicester, England, with approximately 22,000 registered students, about 13,000 of them full-time students and 9,000 part-time and/or distance learning.
On the 23rd of October 2008 the University was named University of the Year by the Times Higher Education at their annual awards celebration.
The Times Higher Education applauded Leicester’s very different approach, describing the university as “elite without being elitist.”
To equip you for research and analysis of media production, texts and audiences in a global context. The course integrates critical theory with issues of policy and professional practice for students who work in any of the various sectors of...Read More
This course aims to produce a group of leading-edge practitioners who have mastered the full range of theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for the conduct of their research and professional activities at the highest level. Using specifically designed materials you...Read More
In addition to a thorough grounding in the origins, theoretical development and research methods used in the study of media and communication research this programme offers access to academic knowledge about the history, growth and development of the internet and...Read More
This programme allows you to build on the broad introduction to media and communication research and specialise by studying the developments that have occurred around the world in the provision of electronic government. The programme examines the political, economic and...Read More
The specialised modules in this programme are designed for those wishing to acquire detailed knowledge of the latest research into news access and journalistic practices, and on the growth, functioning and significance of PR in contemporary society. Modules will...Read More