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10 Reasons to Study on Our Media, Our World
- Completing the pathway prepares you to study at degree level in Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.
- The pathway is designed to fit around the busy lives of adult learners. The courses are part-time, and are taught on evenings and weekends. You can also take between one and three years to complete the pathway, undertaking modules when they fit with your commitments.
- All modules are research-led, which means that the teaching materials are designed and taught by academics who are conducting cutting edge research in the areas which they teach.
- The pathway is created around multiple disciplines, meaning that there are modules with come under the titles of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. These will prepare you for the rigours of the degree.
- Each module is designed to help equip you with the skills to study in Higher Education. The core module places an emphasis on study skills to aid you to build the academic attributes to help you succeed.
- Classes are small, friendly and supportive
- You don’t need any previous qualifications or recent experience of education. All you need is an interest in the media and relate issues and the enthusiasm to take that further.
- If you are accepted onto a degree you will be eligible for ‘advanced standing’ of 60 credits. In other words you’ll already have completed half the credits required for Year 1 of your degree.
- The pathway has its own coordinator who is there to offer advice and guidance on all aspects of your studies and support you throughout your journey onto a degree.
- It offers an affordable route into Higher Education. You only have to sign up and pay for one module at a time and financial help is available.