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University of Sunderland (School of Arts, Design, Media & Culture)




University of Sunderland is a dynamic, modern university with high standards of teaching and research and a growing reputation as the university for enterprise, employment and opportunity. Our ambitious city is a great place to live and work – right at the heart of the buzzing North East of England.

The newly-built Media Centre at St Peter’s, on the banks of the River Wear, is home to one of the most vibrant and well-equipped academic areas in the university. Offering seven undergraduate and five postgraduate degrees, the media and cultural studies provision has been rated “excellent” by the Quality Assurance Agency. It has a strong research profile, close links with all the media industries and a reputation for producing highly employable graduates. Wherever possible our degree programmes are accredited by professional media organisations. Students have the opportunity to work on our award-winning radio station, Utopia FM, and their own page in the local evening newspaper. The state of the art facilities – among the best in Britain – include two TV studios, four digital radio studios, a 200-seat cinema and a host of video editing suites and journalism/PR workshops equipped with the latest design and database software.

BA (HONS) FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES is structured around modules in film studies, media studies and cultural studies. This theoretical base is complemented by practical and studio-based modules across a range of media - photography, print, radio, video.
Film and Media theory elements include: film analysis, American film, European film, British cinema; the study of mass media, what the media produces and audiences for the media; cultural theory and popular culture; popular TV genres; cultural representation of women.
As well as offering students clear pathways through the Film and Media degree, through a combination of core and designated options, you can choose from a wide range of modules offered by the Media and Cultural Studies department. These include modules in journalism, photography, language studies, cultural studies, video production, radio production and new media production.
You can also study a limited number of modules from other areas of the university, for example, a foreign language.



School name:University of SunderlandSchool of Arts, Design, Media & Culture
Address:Chester Road
Zip & city:SR1 3SD England
Phone:+44 (0) 19 1515 3154
Web:http://admc.sunderland.ac.uk/admc/
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University of Sunderland is a dynamic, modern university with high standards of teaching and research and a growing reputation as the university for enterprise, employment and opportunity. Our ambitious city is a great place to live and work – right at the heart of the buzzing North East of England.

The newly-built Media Centre at St Peter’s, on the banks of the River Wear, is home to one of the most vibrant and well-equipped academic areas in the university. Offering seven undergraduate and five postgraduate degrees, the media and cultural studies provision has been rated “excellent” by the Quality Assurance Agency. It has a strong research profile, close links with all the media industries and a reputation for producing highly employable graduates. Wherever possible our degree programmes are accredited by professional media organisations. Students have the opportunity to work on our award-winning radio station, Utopia FM, and their own page in the local evening newspaper. The state of the art facilities – among the best in Britain – include two TV studios, four digital radio studios, a 200-seat cinema and a host of video editing suites and journalism/PR workshops equipped with the latest design and database software.

BA (HONS) FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES is structured around modules in film studies, media studies and cultural studies. This theoretical base is complemented by practical and studio-based modules across a range of media - photography, print, radio, video.
Film and Media theory elements include: film analysis, American film, European film, British cinema; the study of mass media, what the media produces and audiences for the media; cultural theory and popular culture; popular TV genres; cultural representation of women.
As well as offering students clear pathways through the Film and Media degree, through a combination of core and designated options, you can choose from a wide range of modules offered by the Media and Cultural Studies department. These include modules in journalism, photography, language studies, cultural studies, video production, radio production and new media production.
You can also study a limited number of modules from other areas of the university, for example, a foreign language.



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