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- Interactive teaching activities (eg tutorials, seminars, workshops and practice-based) will be on campus in person. Non-interactive teaching activity (eg where the majority of the session is a teacher presenting information with little discussion or questioning from students) will be pre-recorded and delivered online in a suitable format. The university expect all students to attend teaching on campus, and are not be offering an option for students to study remotely at this time.
7 Media studies reviews at Goldsmiths, University of London
Media and Communications, BA HonsBy member766553 On 21st February 22 Verified student
really good staff, terrible administration be we literally have strikes every term and no classes ffs
Anthropology and Media, BA HonsBy member1148012 On 13th May 20
Media and Communications, BA HonsBy honeyhoney On 11th September 19
The balance of theory and practical is really nice to have and the professors are some of the top minds in the field. I don't know about other specialisations but the radio facilities and department are incredible. My personal tutor last year was a guy who called me in for one meeting in person just to tell me I had to contact someone else in the department. But I've also had friends who love their personal tutors so maybe it's luck of the draw.
The practice side is good but as a whole a degree like Media and Communications has a poor reputation amongst employers. Pick a subject you actually like and approach a career in the media through placements and extracurricular activities.
Media and Communications, BA HonsBy member1126143 On 24th March 17 Verified student
pretty bad course I am now unemployed didn't help me at all
Media and Communications, BA HonsBy member417488 On 26th October 15
So far happy with the course, hope it stays that way.
Media and Communications, BA HonsBy Sevim Eylul Aytas On 2nd October 15