The programme provides you with an opportunity to study a wide range of subjects, including contemporary mass media, journalism, new digital communications, the history of European and American societies, communications theory, the psychology of communications, arts and communications and cultural studies.
In addition, the study of a European language (French, Spanish, German or Italian) or an Asian Language (Japanese or Korean) from beginners' to advanced level will form a core element in years two to four.
You will also have an opportunity to enrich your studies by taking modules offered by International Studies and International Business.
International Communications degrees explore the complex world of communications, media and culture. You will study different forms of visual and linguistic communication, new technologies, politics, popular and high culture, and news media.
- Learn with expert staff who conduct internationally acclaimed research
- Engage with objects, images and media of the past and understand how they influence us in the present
- Develop critical tools to see and understand the world differently