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Liberal Arts (Media and Communications) with Integrated Foundation

Entry requirements


Please visit the Regent’s University London website for a complete list of entry requirements http://regents.ac.uk/

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4.0years

Full-time including foundation year | 2022

A Liberal Arts degree at Regent’s gives you the freedom to design your own education, tailoring your degree to reflect your interests and career goals. With eleven majors and 50 elective modules to choose from, you’ll have the flexibility to create your own unique degree – mixing modules to shape your studies freely, in a way that suits you.

If you don’t have the qualifications to enter the degree-level course directly,?or if you aren’t sure which major you’d?like to follow, our Integrated Foundation course is for you. The four-year course begins with a?foundation?year,?introducing?you to various?Liberal Arts topics and giving you the fundamental?skills to confidently progress?to?degree level.?

This major examines the powerful influence media and communications have socially, culturally and politically. You’ll learn about current trends and debates, changing communications, media analysis techniques and research methods – exploring media law and regulatory issues in relation to both new technologies and established media. Creative workshops give you the tools to produce industry-standard video and photography, as well as content for emerging and established digital platforms. You’ll emerge as a well-rounded media professional, with the skills to work in a range of positions.

Specialise Media & Communications and pair it with a mix of elective modules each year – helping to develop your specialist knowledge as well as your cross-disciplinary thinking. You’ll also be able to minor in a second subject, becoming an expert in multiple interlocking areas – connecting themes and topics across disciplines.

January start date – apply on our website. September start date – apply through UCAS.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£18,500
per year
England
£18,500
per year
EU
£18,500
per year
International
£18,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£18,500
per year
Scotland
£18,500
per year
Wales
£18,500
per year

Extra funding

Find out more at http://www.regents.ac.uk/study/undergraduate-study/scholarships/

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Course location:

Regent's University London

Department:

Liberal Arts and Humanities

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