Annual course fee
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January, may, september
This dynamic and forward-looking course provides you with practical research skills and informed critical perspectives, and is taught by world-leading academic staff and researchers in media, television and cultural studies, with experienced practitioners in the field of public relations and new media. Competence in another language has become an essential skill for success in the global job market. By combining your study of Media and Communication with a language, you will develop not only competence in the language itself, but will also enhance your employability; a language distinguishes you from other graduates. Did you know that French is an official language in 32 countries, with a projected growth to 750 million people worldwide by 2050; Mandarin is currently the language with the greatest number of speakers; and Spanish has over 470 million speakers worldwide including in Central and South American countries and the USA? You can start your study of languages at DMU (French or Mandarin) at beginner, GCSE (intermediate) or Advanced level. Key features DMU has achieved Gold, the highest ranking possible under the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Indicating the outstanding learning and teaching on offer at DMU. [Office for Students, 2017] You will take two 15 credit modules per study level in your chosen language, which will equate to three hours of language per week. During your weekly language workshop, you will develop your language skills through the study of the country, the society, the culture and the people. Enhance your employability through a recognised competence in a foreign language, distinguishing you from other graduates and significantly improving your career prospects Work placement opportunities. Enhance your employability and gain industry experience by undertaking an optional work placement. Previous work placements include experience at BBC Radio Leicester, Leicester’s Phoenix Cinema, and many other employers in the media industries in
You must have successfully completed an United Kingdom Year 12 (or equivalent senior secondary school qualification) Equivalent qualifications may also include a recognised post secondary diploma in the relevant discipline with the required grades.Meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee entry. Your application will still need to be assessed and accepted.If you dont meet the entry requirements, there may be other programs you are eligible for that can lead you to your preferred program.
Students from Australia are accepted for this course
Type of institution
On campus accommodation
Situated in the heart of a city that pulsates with energy and culture, De Montfort University (DMU) stands as a beacon of intellectual exploration, just as a lighthouse guides ships towards the shore. With its campus nestled within Leicester's vibrant city centre, DMU offers a unique blend of academic growth and diverse cultural experiences akin to a fine tapestry interwoven with threads of knowledge and life. Is there a place better suited to nurture curious minds?
DMU is not just a university; it's a microcosm of the world. With four well-established faculties, each housing internationally recognised research institutes, DMU operates as an intellectual playground, much like a grand symphony where each note adds to the richness of the melody. What could be more invigorating than exploring a world of knowledge under one roof?
But what truly sets DMU apart? A profound commitment to diversity and inclusion. Imagine a beautiful garden where each plant, irrespective of its species, thrives and contributes to the overall splendour. Each unique perspective is valued in this garden, and each voice is heard. Doesn't this make for a dynamic learning environment?
DMU also understands the importance of extracurricular activities in shaping well-rounded individuals. Just like a tree, students need more than just one nutrient to grow; they require a mix of academic enrichment and personal development. DMU clubs and societies allow students to branch out beyond their academic interests and nurture their passions, thereby striking a harmonious balance. How could this not enrich the student experience?
Facilities at DMU echo the ethos of providing an all-encompassing experience. From accommodations to catering, maintenance to leisure, DMU ensures students have all they need within reach. Picture a thriving city with all amenities at your doorstep. Isn't this convenience personified?
DMU recognises that the university experience extends beyond graduation, hence establishing a robust alumni network. This network functions like an intricate web, connecting individuals across the globe and providing a platform for professional development and networking. Could there be a better way to extend the university experience?
In essence, DMU represents more than just a place of learning; it embodies a rich tapestry of experiences shaping tomorrow's leaders. Doesn't this make DMU a desirable choice for higher education?
De Montfort University (DMU) resides in the heart of a bustling city, offering students a vibrant campus life that perfectly marries academic pursuits with diverse cultural experiences. DMU stands as a beacon of learning, nestled within Leicester's city centre. Its close proximity to the city's hub of activity offers the university community a unique vantage point to explore and participate in city life.
Moreover, DMU is more than a collection of classrooms. It is a campus that inspires and nurtures its students. Within walking distance of Leicester City Centre, DMU is a convenient and accessible choice for students. The campus setting fosters a comforting sense of belonging and is conducive to realising students' goals.
DMU understands the importance of experiencing campus life firsthand. Therefore, it arranges regular tours led by current students. Each of these tours offers valuable insight into DMU's environment and facilities, allowing prospective students to visualise their future at the university.
The university is home to internationally recognised research institutes contributing towards societal progress across diverse fields. DMU has structured these research institutes under four primary faculties, each offering unique academic and personal growth opportunities.
The Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities hosts institutes focusing on sustainable cities, creative futures, inclusivity in performance studies, literary perspectives, and the exploration of historical societies. DMU encourages students in these disciplines to contribute to creating a sustainable, inclusive future by harnessing the power of creativity and understanding the intricacies of history and culture.
The Faculty of Business and Law comprises research centres and institutes dedicated to enterprise, innovation, applied economics, social value, accountability, governance, sustainability, and urban research on austerity. Here, DMU equips students with the skills needed to navigate and shape the modern business landscape.
In the realm of Computing, Engineering, and Media, DMU houses centres and institutes for computer science and social responsibility, film and television history, cyber technology, artificial intelligence, creative technologies, and sustainable development, amongst others. DMU fosters an environment of innovation, allowing students to explore and contribute to cutting-edge technological developments.
Lastly, the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences features institutes focused on diverse areas, including reproduction research, health policy, psychological sciences, social justice, and pharmaceutical innovation. DMU believes in making a tangible difference to public health and societal well-being through research and innovation.
DMU's core values include fostering a diverse and inclusive environment. The university has one of the most diverse staff and student populations in the UK higher education sector. The university considers this diversity as an asset and strives to support all members of its community in reaching their full potential.
DMU's strategy encompasses two broad themes: developing culture and enabling equity and fairness. DMU ensures that every member of its community feels safe, supported, and valued for their unique perspectives. The university is committed to understanding and addressing the reasons behind unequal outcomes.
DMU pledges to identify, develop, and support talent, striving to ensure that staff at all levels reflect the diversity of the student body. DMU further promises to adopt an evidence-based approach, using data and lived experiences to inform initiatives, policies, and practices. The university aims to achieve fair and deserved results while maintaining an environment where discrimination and harassment are not tolerated.
DMU believes in nurturing not just academic success but also personal interests and hobbies. The university offers a diverse range of societies and clubs for students to explore their passions, nurture talents, and build strong friendships. From arts to sciences, cultural groups to hobbies, DMU offers students a chance to engage in activities that can enrich their university experience and broaden their horizons.
DMU's Students’ Union empowers students to establish their own societies. The only requirement for this is a group of four like-minded individuals. This encourages students to build their communities around shared interests, fostering a dynamic and inclusive campus culture. In fact, at Leicester Castle Business School, DMU is proud to support several professional clubs and societies focused on areas such as accounting, finance, creative industries, economics, enterprise, international business, and women in leadership.
DMU understands that being part of a club or society can be incredibly rewarding. Thus, it aims to provide students across all programmes – undergraduate, MSc and MBA – with fantastic opportunities to meet people with similar interests, network with professionals from outside the university and develop critical employability skills.
DMU strives to provide an all-encompassing experience for its students, which is why it offers a range of on-campus facilities. The university’s accommodation team manages all DMU-owned and nominated Halls of Residence. They also address accommodation queries throughout the year and oversee conference bookings within the Halls of Residence during the summer period.
Aiming to enhance the staff and student experience, DMU's catering service offers a range of appetising and nutritious food and drink options. DMU also provides a comprehensive cleaning service for all academic buildings, ensuring a clean and pleasant environment for its community.
DMU's conference facilities, known as DMU Venues, are available for internal and external bookings. These include large hall spaces and state-of-the-art conference rooms. The Estates Helpdesk handles various tasks, such as building maintenance, grounds maintenance, and parking permit applications, ensuring a well-maintained and accessible campus.
The Leisure team at DMU offers memberships to state-of-the-art facilities, including a gym, sports hall, fitness suite, and a climbing wall. These services cater to a diverse range of physical sports and well-being activities, encouraging students to stay active and healthy.
DMU understands the value of maintaining connections beyond the student years. Therefore, the university has established DMU Alumni Clubs around the globe. These clubs allow alumni to stay connected to the university and each other, no matter where they are in the world. DMU welcomes its alumni to join this global community to network, socialise, support charitable projects, or simply keep updated with the latest news and events from DMU and their locality.
The university's alumni networks are integral to its global alumni community. These networks are designed for those with shared personal or professional interests and provide a platform to engage with DMU alumni, staff, and other industry professionals. This continued professional development helps promote networking opportunities and enhance the student experience.
Each of the university’s alumni networks encourages members to share their industry-specific news, developments, and events. Available networks include the Arts, Design and Humanities Network, Business and Law Network, Computing, Engineering and Media Network, Health & Life Sciences Network, Sports Network, and Women’s Network. These networks facilitate the sharing of success stories, publicising industry developments, showcasing job opportunities, and meeting like-minded professionals.
THE rank601 - 800
QS rank801 - 1000
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