About this course
The Master's in Television and Cross-Media Culture provides insight into television and new media by giving importance to questions of cultural identities, visual styles, production cultures, agency and politics. There will also be engagement with recent theoretical developments in television, cultural and media studies. The central goal of the programme is that students learn how to provide well-informed, well-founded and practical criticism of television and cross-media culture, both in terms of policy development or programme evaluation, as well as editing and programme development.
- Applicants should have at least a Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent thereof, in a field relevant to the Master’s degree.
- English Language qualifications which are accepted / fulfill the university's requirements.