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Media Studies

As part of a media studies course you can expect to learn about the media and it's influential role on today's society. 

You will study the different forms of media from broadcasting to social media and how it has changed over time. You will also look at how different genders, ages and races are represented in the media.

Completing a media studies course will give you skills in script writing, filming, editing, teamwork and planning. 

There are lots of job opportunities in the creative and media sector including broadcasting, film, sales, advertising, event management and journalism. 

Subjects that combine well with media studies include English, photography, drama and art and design.

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