Our programmes draw on the University's international reputation for interdisciplinary teaching and research in media and culture, and give students an opportunity to study contemporary media from a variety of perspectives and disciplines.

With around 100 different modules covering all aspects of media and new media, there is something to challenge and inspire students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We welcome proposals for doctoral research as well, and offer research training and supervision through our innovative PhD programmes.

Our excellent links with media industry professionals presents exciting opportunities to connect with organisations such as Ofcom, the BBC, the Economist, Channel 4 News, The Guardian, the Times, Sky, the Independent and ITN.

We offer distinctive courses, taught by scholars and creative practitioners with a diverse range of disciplinary backgrounds. Our world-leading expertise is reflected across the broad range of media courses on offer. For more information on any of our courses please click on the links below to visit the University of East Anglia's website:

Sample modules

  • Media regulation
    Women, Islam and media
    Creative work in the media industries
    Film, television and new media
    Sitcom; Professional video production
    Video project
    Effects, audiences and the media
    Music, media, society
    Studying media
    Media culture, media power
    Politics and Mass Media
    New media and society
    Analysing Media Discourses
    Sound and Society
    Political Communication
    Issues in media and cultural politics
    Media and international development
    Media and development in practice
    The writing of journalism; Publishing
    Creative industries research project
    Publishing: a practical approach
    Economics of Film and Television
    Economics of Mass Media; Internet law
    Media law
    Media, entertainment and sports law
    The protection and management of reputation and privacy
    Media markets and regulation
    Internet law and governance
    Discourse and power; Language and politics
    The construction of news
    Translation issues in the media
    English, communication and culture
    Intercultural communication in practice
    Intercultural communication – understanding differences in a global world