Media, Films & Journalism in UK

Study Media, Films & Journalism in UK

 
The name ‘Reuters’ is familiar to almost every person in the world who is even slightly interested in reading newspapers or watching news channels. Reuters was the first company to begin the exchange of information or news service around the world. 
 
From there on, UK has never looked behind and created a niche for itself in the field of Media and Journalism. BBC being one of the oldest and reliable sources of information still rules the media scenario. The journey of media begun from newspapers to radio to TV and now has accessed our lives even on mobiles, laptops and PCs. Being one of the countries to home oldest newspapers, newspaper agencies and radio channels UK has a strong hold in the field of Media and Journalism. Today the field of Media and Journalism has expanded on a vast level and encompasses a lot more than just reporting or writing. Fields like Advertising, Films, Marketing and Journalism together defines the word ‘Media’. 
 
A student who wishes to pursue a course in the field of Media, Film and Journalism can explore his/her potential in the fields like Writing, Copywriting, Publishing, Broadcast news reporting, Production, Public Relations and much more. 
 
 
There are various universities in UK which offer courses in the field of Media, Films and Journalism where one can explore various facades of the field in the below mentioned specialisations:
  • History of Journalism
  • Visual Journalism
  • Public Relations
  • Film, TV broadcasting 
  • Film Studies
  • Film Production/Direction
 
Students can choose to pursue a degree course at undergraduate or postgraduate level or can opt for certificate or short term courses in the field. With, UK visa rules getting flexible for Indian student the sail smooth to the Islands of the Queen. Click here to read the whole story.
 
 

How to apply to a college offering Media, Film & Journalism in UK

All applications are to be submitted through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service or UCAS. Students may be required to take an internationally recognised English language test such as IELTS/TOEFL.
 
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