School of International Communications
We are the largest school in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and are affiliated to the Department of Culture, Media and Visual Studies at the Nottingham campus.
What is International Communications?
International Communications degrees explore the complex world of communications, media and culture through the study of the different forms of visual and linguistic communication, new technologies, politics, popular and high culture, and news media. These courses train students in theories of digital media and mass communication, combined with a strong emphasis on language proficiency.
During their time with us students investigate the places and roles of various media and communication practices in everyday life, both as industries and cultural practices. Various courses encourage students to analyse film, television and other screen and mobile media within contexts of production, exhibition and reception. Students on the course also gain expertise in social and cultural context, textual analysis and empirical research.