Communication

You can study the changing ways we communicate, in the media, in business and organisations, and online.

Subject overview

The media sells us everything from toothpaste to politicians. Communication technologies from TV to Twitter can bring us together or tear us apart. As a Communication student, you'll explore ideas and develop skills to navigate our digitally mediated world and shape its future.

You can learn a combination of theoretical and practical approaches for developing specialised communication skills in the context of a broad understanding of contemporary media culture.

You can study writing, visual communication, advertising, social media, journalism and digital communication.

Where can Communication take you?

You can prepare for a career in communications, marketing, content production, technology, advertising, public relations, sports media, digital and broadcast media.

Career options with an Arts degree

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