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Online Masters of Arts in Cultural Studies in United Kingdom 2022

A master’s degree requires years of study to earn, but it may be invaluable for graduates in a competitive job market. MA degrees are offered in many different concentrations, so students can further their knowledge and experience in their chosen field.

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University of Hertfordshire Online
Hatfield, United Kingdom

Our online M.A. in Literature and Culture enables you to explore innovative and diverse texts and their many different contexts – historical, social and political. Your engage ... +

Our online M.A. in Literature and Culture enables you to explore innovative and diverse texts and their many different contexts – historical, social and political. Your engagement will focus on themes at the forefront of contemporary culture, including identity politics, Otherness, and the environment. Online learning offers you the benefits of flexible opportunities to hone your critical and analytical skills with plenty of support from our research-active academic staff. -
MA
Full-time
Part-time
English
Sep 2022
Online
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This unique interdisciplinary programme offers critical grounded knowledge of global media and digital cultures in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, with a focus on the dynami ... +

This unique interdisciplinary programme offers critical grounded knowledge of global media and digital cultures in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, with a focus on the dynamics between media and politics and diplomacy, media and social/political change, media and development, media and conflict, media and representation and media and identities. The degree prepares students for jobs in the media and communication sectors, government agencies, non-governmental organisations, UN bodies and international organisations. Taught by leading scholars and drawing on SOAS expertise in the Global South, the programme provides students with a non-Eurocentric approach to addressing some of the key debates in contemporary lives – populism, hate speech, fake news, access and representation, inequalities (with a specific focus on gender and minorities) and transnational communities and diasporas. The course will expose students to the main discussions around the role and impact of global media players, including the tech companies on digital economies and futures. -
MA
Full-time
Part-time
2 years
English
Online