PHD Media and Journalism

Duration: 3 years

Course details

The PhD programme requires you to research and write a thesis of 80,000 words with supervision from academic staff, the work should make an original contribution to knowledge.Supervision is available in virtually all fields of media and journalism. All supervisors are qualified members of staff with their own major research projects and publications.The normal period of registration for the PhD in Law is three years full-time and six years part-time. This programme can also be studied by Distance Learning.

Ideas of possible themes

  • Statement

  • Literature review

  • Methodology

  • Timetable

Entry requirements

  •  A levels : LLM or equivalent qualification
  •  Language contest

Career possibilities

Our PhD graduates achieve highly, whatever their chosen career. As academics, they work in some of the best universities across the world. In commerce, government and third sector organisations, they lead, support and advice at the highest level. Here a few of our recent graduates outline why a PhD from the School has been so valuable to them.

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