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A Day in the Life of a Media Student

Second year Media, Communication and Cultural Studies student Adam shares a typical day in his life…

HOW TO GET INTO STUDENT MEDIA: PART III

In my previous posts, I told you how getting involved in a student newspaper or television station can help you land a job in the creative industry. Now it’s time to talk about student radio and how it can help kickstart your radio career. The radio industry is now as demanding as ever. That means,
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A day in the life of a Media student

Have you ever dreamed of a degree so diverse and captivating that you find yourself waking up for 9am lectures with pleasure? Imagine that one day you are video shooting with an international DJ and the next one you are designing your advertising campaign for Dior. That is a typical week in the life of
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How to get into student media: part II

If you missed part I of this post, which was about student journalism, you can find it here. Breaking into any creative industry is no easy feat, but to land a job in TV you need lots of enthusiasm, creativity and — somewhat unsurprisingly — work experience. It takes hard graft to get into TV,
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How to get into student media: part I

The glamorous world of journalism: exclusive interviews, flashing cameras and the thrill of getting published. But how to get there and where to start? Whether you aspire to be a professional reporter or just enjoy scribbling in your spare time, university is the best place to begin your career. There are plenty of opportunities to
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My Media Dissertation

As a media student, dissertation is a compulsory task to complete the degree. The flexibility of media research project is very high, from topic to methods, you are more than welcome to choose according to your interests. I picked my dissertation topic based on the Umbrella Revolution happened in my home country – Hong Kong.
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3 Insights into Media at Newcastle

My degree in Media and Communication is giving me essential skills to survive in many different industries – here’s my top three.

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