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  • University of Nottingham Ningbo China
    School of
    International Communications
    • Intranet
          

    双色球最近100期走势图:MA International Communications Studies 

    Programme Outline

    双色球2018124期 www.yey22.com It is a commonplace that communication is at the core of crucial aspects of human life, and that a lot of that communication is mediated. In recent years, however, mediated communication has reached new levels of importance in social and cultural domains stretching from business to identity formation, and a lot of that communication is technically and financially underpinned by global networks of computation and communication. The academic fields of media, communication and cultural studies have responded by re-examining long-established frameworks for understanding communications and also by considering the need for new paradigms fitting new objects of study.

    The MA in International Communications Studies - which is designed to meet the needs of graduates from both a communications and non-communications studies background - provides an opportunity not only to study communications against the background of recent theoretical and methodological developments, but also to gain an insight into the skills and knowledge required by the contemporary media and communication industries.

    Educational Aims

    The aims of the MA International Communications Studies programme are to enable students to:

    • Enhance their knowledge and understanding of the theoretical bases of verbal and non-verbal communication
    • Enhance their knowledge and understanding of the cultural, social, political and economic bases of communications internationally
    • Acquire a high level of proficiency in an East-Asian language or in one European language other than English
    • Develop their intellectual skills
    • Make use of some of the specialised forms of knowledge in the disciplines represented on the degree
    • Practice and develop a wide range of transferable skills that will prepare students for further study and for employment

    Outline Description of the Programme

    The compulsory modules strike a balance between, on the one hand, grounding the student’s learning in the classic concepts, theories and methods of media, communication and cultural studies, and, on the other hand, exploring contemporary trends in online business models, international news flows, the use of Big Data etc.

    Towards the end of the second semester, each student is assigned a dissertation supervisor based on project proposals.

    Semester One

    Compulsory modules provide the core skills and knowledge needed to analyse various forms of communication in their contemporary social and cultural settings as well as an opportunity to acquire either a modern European (French, Spanish, German) or East-Asian language (Japanese or Chinese). 

    Semester Two

    Students will continue to study their chosen language. Students will continue to develop their dissertation projects with the aid of their supervisors and in the compulsory module. Optional modules allow students to immerse themselves in topics suiting their interests and future career goals.

    Case study

    View a case study relating to this program 

    Programme structure

    MA International Communications Studies

    The MA degree programme can be taken full-time in one year or part-time over a maximum of six years.

    The programme is divided into modules, worth 10, 20, 30 or 60 credits each.

    Students must take 180 credits (including 60 credits for a dissertation).

    Students must also pass the taught components before proceeding to the dissertation.

    Modules

    Compulsory

    Code Title Credits
    INCM4033  Current Issues in International Communications  20
    INCM4034  Media and Communication Theory  20
    INCM4038  Media and Communication Research Methods  20
    INCM4021  Dissertation in International Communications Studies  60
     

    Students must take all the modules above

    Optional

    Group 1

    Students must take 20 credits from this group

    Code Title Credits
    INCM1003  Inter Faculty French 1a  10
    INCM1005  Inter Faculty German 1a  10
    INCM1007  Inter Faculty Japanese 1a  10
    INCM1009  Inter Faculty Spanish 1a  10
    INCM1046  Inter Faculty Korean 1a  10
    INCM1049  Mandarin Listening and Speaking 1A  10
    INCM1004  Inter Faculty French 1b  10
    INCM1006  Inter Faculty German 1b  10
    INCM1008  Inter Faculty Japanese 1b  10
    INCM1010  Inter Faculty Spanish 1b  10
    INCM1045  Inter Faculty Korean 1b  10
    INCM1050  Mandarin Listening and Speaking 1B  10

    Group 2

    Students must take 40 credits from this group

    Code Title Credits
    INCM4025  Digital Games as Communication  20
    INCM4036  Chinese Cinemas (level 4)  20
    INCM4102  Transmedia Narratives and Digital Literacy  20

     

    Detailed module information can be found through the online module catalogue. Please enter the module title or code when searching. 

    Please note: This degree structure and modules may be subject to change. 


    Entry Requirement

    Degree Requirements

    This mater programme require student to have a bachelors degree(or international equivalent) from a recognised institution at the same standard as UK university's 2:1 (upper second class honours degree or international equivalent).

    English Language Requirements

    Applicants whose first language is not English, and who do not have a degree from a UK institution, are required to have the following English language qualifications before they can register on an academic programme:

    Applicants from certain countries may have these requirements waived subject to the University of Nottingham Policy for Waiving English Language Entry Requirements at: //www.nottingham.ac.uk/academicservices/documents/qmdocuments/policy-for-waiving-english-language-requirements.docx

     

    How to apply

    Mainland Chinese students: click here
    Oversea students: click here

    For further information, please contact the Head of School of International Communications, Prof. Andrew White via email [email protected].

     

     

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