The School of Media, Languages and Cultures engages with the most up-to-date, dynamic, and forward-looking studies of the workings of global, regional and local societies. Our community of researchers and teachers are of international standing and our degree programmes are renowned all over the world. The school received the top rating in the UK for teaching in an independent review of teaching quality, and we are internationally recognised for the standard of our research.
The School of Media, Languages and Cultures consists of a diverse and international body of staff. Each staff member brings their own unique set of cultural and research specialisations and experiences to the delivery of a contemporary programme with wide-ranging significance to the modern environment.
Our work explores communication in all its forms, and includes modules in Modern Languages, Cultural Studies, Media Studies (including Film, Television and Journalism), and Critical Theory. You will engage with the most up-to-date, dynamic, and forward-looking studies of the workings of global, regional and local societies.