BSc (Hons) — 2025 entry Media and Communication

Do you want an exciting and challenging look into how media and communication are embedded into society? Are you looking for a career where an understanding of media forms, media audiences, social media users, global media and public relations is required for the role? Then our BSc (Hons) Media and Communication course is just the course for you. 

Key course information

Start date
September 2025
Full time
3 years
Overseas fees
To be confirmed
UCAS code
Stag Hill
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Why choose
this course?

  • We help you understand the impact contemporary communication has on society, government and business. We also teach you techniques to research different types of media, its audience, and its users. 
  • You will be taught by research-active media and communications scholars, using the latest research on: media power, regulation, social media, public relations, audiences, ‘big data’, digital platforms, international communication and much more. 
  • Our research-led teaching, the transferable skills you will gain from your assessments and our focus on employability, will prepare you for a career in media and communications. 
  • You’ll have the option to take one of our award-winning Professional Training placements that will prepare you for work in industry. 
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Top 5 in the UK

Media studies is ranked in the top 5 for overall satisfaction* in the National Student Survey 2023

12th in the UK

Surrey is ranked 12th in the Complete University Guide 2025

Top 5 in the UK

For student experience in the The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024 

*Measured by % positivity based on Q1-24 for all institutions listed in the Guardian University Guide league tables.

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