Advanced GCE in Media Studies
Course delivery:Classroom based
Course duration?2 Year(s)
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If you're interested in how the media influences and shapes the way we think about and react to the world we live in, then A level media studies may be for you. You don't need to have studied media at GCSE, though you should have a critical interest in media and good essay writing skills. The course complements subjects such as English Language or literature, history and modern languages as well as social science subjects such as politics, psychology and sociology. It's useful for a variety of media related jobs and courses but will also give you transferable skills such as communication, creativity and analytical thinking that can be used in a range of careers.
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