Communication & Media arts and media

As a Regent’s student you will take an English for Academic Purposes module in your first semester in order to support the development of your academic work in English. A Regent’s education provides you with a high level of personal attention, and this begins from the moment you apply to study with us. We want to understand who you are and what your skills and interests may be – we are interested in your potential, as well as your prior achievements. We review each application comprehensively and on its individual merit, considering all of your skills, interests and attributes.

Teaching may include formal lectures, seminars, and practical classes and tutorials. Formal lectures are used in most degree programmes to give an overview of a particular field of study. They aim to provide the stimulus and the starting point for deeper exploration of the subject during your own personal reading. Seminars give you the chance to explore a specific aspect of your subject in depth and to discuss and exchange ideas with fellow students. At Birkbeck, almost all of our courses are taught in the evening and our teaching is designed to support students who are juggling evening study with work and other daytime commitments. We actively encourage innovative and engaging ways of teaching, to ensure our students have the best learning experience.

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If you are joining your programme at an advanced entry point, we require IELTS 6.5 with a minimum 6.0 in Reading and Writing, with no score below 5.5 in any other components. For applicants who wish to improve their English language proficiency, please see our English language courses. We will review the English qualifications you submit as part of your application and be in contact if we require anything further. We receive applications each year from over 170 countries and are happy to assess all international qualifications. Small, interactive classes ensure you’ll have a high level of contact with your tutors, enabling you to develop your individual strengths and interests.

  • Gain experience with optional integrated placement years, internships and volunteering opportunities.
  • A liberal arts degree gives you the freedom to focus on the subjects that most interest you.
  • Alongside your contact hours, you will also undertake assessment activities and independent learning outside of class.
  • For example, lectures are presented to larger groups, whereas seminars usually consist of small, interactive groups led by a tutor.

Our distance-learning and blended-learning courses and modules are self-directed and we will provide you with interactive learning opportunities and encourage you to collaborate and engage via various learning technologies. These courses involve limited or no face-to-face contact between students and module tutors. The course features pathways designed to assist your professional development and specialisation. You will have the opportunity to develop a business plan/funding proposal under the guidance of relevant industry practitioners or undertake a work placement. Depending on your choice of modules and final project, you will graduate with a BA Arts Management, BA Media Management or BA arts and media Management. You’ll also take part in three core Liberal Arts modules and one Global Perspectives module that facilitates interpersonal, intercultural, cross-disciplinary learning, increasing self-awareness and a sense of global citizenship.

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Whether you want to be an artist, designer, filmmaker or journalist, we offer courses at all levels to develop the knowledge and skills to form the foundation for a successful career. Assessment methods vary according to your major and your combination of elective modules, but could include essays, journals, reports, creative portfolios, group projects, presentations, research papers, online exercises and examinations. At Regent’s, assessments are designed to consolidate your learning – helping you develop practical skills that’ll be useful in your future career. A liberal arts degree gives you the freedom to focus on the subjects that most interest you.

You just need be clear in your application which qualifications you are currently studying for. In addition to studying in the heart of London, you’ll have the chance to study abroad for a term in your second year – replacing the second term of your Regent’s degree. You will be required to combine your specialist modules with five elective modules in other subjects in Years 1 and 2, and three in Year 3.

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The library hold a limited number of copies of core text books and where possible in e-format. You will be encouraged to purchase your own text books and will need to budget approximately £80-£100 per year, depending on your programme of study. There are a wide variety of funding and scholarship opportunities to help you finance your studies. If you wish to accept the offer you must pay the advance tuition fee deposit (non-refundable) to confirm your place.

Professional practice, client-based opportunities and competitions are part of each course curriculum enabling students to develop the skills necessary to enter the job market with the energy and confidence and to thrive. On our taught courses, much of your time outside of class will be spent on self-directed, independent learning, including preparing for classes and following up afterwards. This will usually include, but is not limited to, reading books and journal articles, undertaking research, working on coursework and assignments, and preparing for presentations and assessments. We offer an exhilarating environment for creative minds, with our innovative blend of courses guided by expert teaching staff who are passionate about helping you achieve your potential.

Where a course has unseen written examinations, these may be held termly, but, on the majority of our courses, exams are usually taken in the Summer term, during May to June. In most cases, exams are held during the day on a weekday – if you have daytime commitments, you will need to make arrangements for daytime attendance – but some exams are held in the evening. Everyone is different, and the study time required varies topic by topic, but, as a guide, expect to schedule up to five hours of self-study for each hour of teaching.

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