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Choose from 344 masters courses in Journalism.

Find your ideal masters course and complete a recognised postgraduate qualification, including MA, MSc, MPhil, MRes, LLM, PGCE, MBA, PG Certificate and PG Diploma.

Masters courses can be studied on campus full time and part time. Online masters courses are ideal if you want to study from home. Other types of masters course are available through distance or blended learning, which includes a mix of in-person sessions with mostly online.

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MA Digital Media and Society

Cardiff University

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    MA 1 year full-time

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MA Creative Writing and Publishing

University of Lincoln

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    MA 1 year full-time

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MA Communications, PR and The Media

University of Gloucestershire

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    MA – Part Time, 2 Years

    MA – Full Time, 1 Year

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MA International Political Communication

Bournemouth University

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    MA 1 year full-time, or 2 years part-time

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MA Music and Sonic Media

University of Sussex

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    MA 1 year full time, 2 years part time

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MA Intercultural Communication

Canterbury Christ Church University

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    MA 1 year Intercultural Communication – Part-time

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Masters Degrees

Masters degrees are academic programmes offered by universities to students who have completed a recognised undergraduate qualification. These degrees are recognized as representative of academic study and research at an advanced level.

Students apply to study masters level degrees from across the world, and universities welcome applications from motivated candidates who are prepared to commit to study one-year full time or two years part time, or online in order to complete their programme.