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There are two larger, academic programmes of study in Media Studies, which focus on different key aspects of the development and impact of media: Media and Culture and Media and Information.

Media and Culture

The Media and Culture curriculum consists of Film Studies and 'Television and Cross-media culture'. Research focuses on both theory and practice and devotes attention to audio-visual and digital culture. Media and Culture takes up broad questions surrounding the cultural origins and effects of media, from traditions ranging from the genealogical and media-archaeological to cultural studies, political economy and critical theory.

Media and Information

Media and Information provides students with the necessary theoretical, historical, methodological and practical competences to solve issues related to the influence of this information on the digital and non-digital social environment. Students also learn to participate in a professional and innovative way in this exciting, rapidly changing and growing field.