|Application deadline:||None – rolling admissions|
|Tuition fee:|| |
|Start date:||March 2014, May 2014, August 2014, October 2014, January 2015, March 2015|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
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The MA in Media Communications is designed to give students an overview in the field of media and communications through cultural, economical and political contexts. Students will learn how to apply qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to analyze media.
The program is flexible enabling students to gain knowledge in particular areas of interest within media and communications. It also allows students to select from a diverse range of electives in order to broaden the skill set.
Webster Graduate Schools academics are part time practitioners within their fields, teaching current developments and information within media and communications.
Core Program (7 classes plus 5 electives)
* MEDC 5000 Media Communication
* MEDC 5310 Media and Culture
* MEDC 5350 Media Organisation and Regulations
* MEDC 5360 International Communications
* MEDC 5400 Media Production Management
* MEDC 5550 Topics in Media Communications (including Public Relations)
* MEDC 6000 Seminar in Media Communications
Five elective courses from the following:
In addition to the seven core courses, students select five elective courses from the list below.
* MRKT 5000 Marketing
* MNGT 5000 Management
* MNGT 5590 Organisational Behaviour
* MNGT 5650 Management & Strategy
* MNGT 5670 Management & Leadership
* HRDV 5630 Organisational Development & Change
* HRMG 5000 Managing Human Resources
* INTB 5710 Cross-Cultural Management
* INTL 5000 Introduction to International Relations
* INTL 5530 International Law
* INTL 5050 Comparative Politics
* INTL 5560 US Foreign Policy
* INTL 5570 Comparative Foreign Policy
* INTL 5600 Area Studies
* INTL 5540 International Organisations
* INTL 5800 Globalisation
* INTL 5580 Politics of Development
* INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics
* INGO 5000 International Non-Governmental Organisations
* INGO 5700 Grant Writing
Webster Graduate School welcomes applications all year round and encourages you to make an early application.
When you apply, please submit the following..
* A completed application form
* Transcripts from the accredited university which awarded your bachelors degree. The original transcript must indicate the degree received and the date awarded. You should have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average or its equivalent (2:2, lower second class etc.)
* Two letters of recommendation from professors or employers
* An essay of between 300 and 500 words, outlining your academic and professional achievements, special interests and educational goals
* If English is not your native language, an official minimum TOEFL score of 575 (235 computer based test, 90 Internet Based TOEFL), our institution code is 2487, alternatively an IELTS score of 6.5. PTE Academic test minimum score of 61.
* Two passport sized photographs
* A complete resumé of your professional experience
* A copy of the relevant pages from your passport
(Optional) 300-350 word Financial Assistance Application outlining why you want to study at Webster and what contribution you will bring to the University community.
All documents you send us automatically become the property of Regent's College and will not be returned to you. If you do not want to send original transcripts, you can request official transcripts to be sent to us directly from your school or college
|TOEFL paper-based test score:||575|
|TOEFL computer-based test score:||235|
|TOEFL iBT® test:||90|
The Webster Graduate School is part of the Regents College £1 million Financial Assistance Scheme. There are many awards available to students with high academic achievement. Students who wish to be considered for the awards must submit a letter ALONG WITH their application to the college stating why they wish to be considered and what contribution they feel they will make to the college community.
Note: Scholarship applications must be made before registering onto the programme, no applications will be considered after registration.
Open to students who have outstanding school records of achievement, as evidenced by GPAs/examination results. A merit award for students with a strong academic potential. Worth: Up to half the total tuition fees per semester.
Note: Students awarded £1,000 or more will be required to work 5 hours a week in the Admissions Office.
Open to students who have outstanding school records of achievement, as evidenced by GPAs/examination results. A task-based award, whereby the holders are required to work a specified number of hours per week (normally 10 hours, up to a maximum of 20 hours) during term time in a particular department of the college in return for partial remission of tuition fees. This way the holder will benefit by gaining valuable professional experience before graduating.
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