Creative Media Production

SubjectCommunications, Media

LevelUndergraduate

Type of DegreeBA (Hons)

CostCZK 195,800

CityPrague

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UniversityPrague College

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This undergraduate degree introduces students to the latest practices in new and contemporary media, starting with journalism, film, TV, and radio and expanding into multi-platform and convergent journalism. This exciting programme in the heart of Europe works to international media standards and practices, and creates professionals able to analyse and think critically, opening work opportunities in media channels around the world.

Over the course of the three-year programme, students have access to industry-standard facilities, including TV/film, radio and photography studios, digital video and audio editing suites. Through hands-on work supported by theoretical knowledge, students are prepared for work in a broad spectrum of media, from print, electronic and online to film, press, radio, photojournalism, and new media.

Throughout the programme students develop close links to the international media industry, and come into regular contact with media professionals. Students may also gain practical experience by applying for a media internship as part of the programme. The programme is complemented by a regular lecture series presenting talks by international figures in the media industry. The BA (Hons) Communications & Media Studies programme is strongly international, with students from all over the world helping to create a diverse cultural experience that reflects the world of contemporary media and media production.

Students also gain broad knowledge of social history, theory and media history, develop analytical and critical thinking, and learn about current ethical challenges in the media industries.


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