Media, Communication & Digital Culture
This undergraduate-level course explores media, communication and culture, including critical debates and issues in the field. Students will deepen their understanding of traditional and digital media, language, and communication in society worldwide. The course also covers how communication can shape our worldview, engagement with others, and identities.
1. Accommodation is located within a short walk of campus
2. Accommodation is arranged into single gender flats of 6-8 students
3. Each student will have their own bedroom with bed, en-suite bathroom, wardrobe, desk, and drawers
1. Class content informed by latest research and intellectual thinking from the sector
2. Aimed at high achievers
3. Focus on students who want to work hard
TBD for 2023
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The best lesson I have had so far was at the beginning of the course when we studied Game Theory, and when we did presentations in class about shops or platforms that we had to imagine ourselves.
The best thing about the Medicine course was the interactivity of the lectures. My tutor was really interested in the subject, so I always felt like I could go up to her and ask her questions, whether they were about what we were learning or about other areas of biotechnology.
The course gave me an insight into how to make arguments in support of or against certain positions which is useful in law and the tutor assisted me in how to structure these arguments. I've enjoyed the company of having a roommate and that you make so many new friends.
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