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Media and Communication courses at Northumbria

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Study Undergraduate Media & Film subjects at Northumbria. Join the Times Higher Education University of The Year 2022.  

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With national and local industry partners, including The British Film Institute, students are encouraged to embark on internships, work placements, and experiential learning projects to enhance their employability. 

100% of students studying Media Studies at Northumbria felt free to express their ideas, opinions, and beliefs (NSS, 2023). 

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Our Media, Communication, and Film degrees are dynamic, interdisciplinary, and address real world challenges, which you can tailor to ensure you will have the best possible foundation for future study and continued success. 

Northumbria University is ranked top 2nd in the UK for Film Production & Photography (Guardian University Guide 2024). 

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Study Media & Film in the heart of Newcastle. Sign up for updates.

The UCAS deadline is approaching. Apply now before the 31st January.

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