Welcome to Media, Communications and Creative Practice at Keele
Media, Communications and Creative Practice is a dynamic course, which involves both practical and theoretical elements. On the practical side, students develop an understanding of and skills in photography, advertising campaigns, news programmes, digital publishing, film and documentary production and post production techniques, and in the third year students are given the opportunity to plan and produce a major creative project. On the theory side, students explore the ways in which we understand the terms media and culture both today and historically, and analyse how a range of media forms such as film, television, photography and literature produce cultural meaning.
Media, Communications and Creative Practice undergraduate course at Keele University.
"I really enjoy the theory side as well as the practical side as you can do cultural theory but also film making theory."Read more about Hannah
"Since I was leaving my home country of Bangladesh for the first time I had the fear of the unknown, but Keele was very warm to me."Read more about Tasneem, Postgraduate Media Student
"I feel that my potential has really come out through making short films and documentaries and now I want to go into making films as a career."Read more about Sammy
"Media, Communications and Creative Practice has helped me grow as an individual and over the past three years I have been able to acquire more advanced creative skills."Read more about Vanessa
"I love how independently led MA Global Media & Culture is, you can steer it to find and suit your own research interests."Read more about Adam, MA Global Media & Culture Student
"I like that Media is a very international course, with a wide range of people and cultures from all over the world..."Read more about Bwiza
"Media felt like the perfect balance between being able to reflect my creativity and understand the technical academic side of things."Read more about Dan
"With Media you can do a range of subjects from sociology to sciences to art, and you can reflect that in your projects, it's just so diverse!"Read more about Fatima
"What I enjoy most about the MA Global Media & Culture course is that we are very free in choosing the topics that we want to study."Read more about Eileen, MA Global Media & Culture Student
"The staff are all really enthusiastic and their energy is almost contagious!"Read more about Sadhana