Contemporary Media Cultures

Studying media at London College of Communication

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Photo from way back of Elephant & Castle, where the London College of Communication is based. Possibly taken from our tower block.
Ironic photo from way back of Elephant & Castle, where the London College of Communication (LCC) is based.

BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Cultures  (CMC) is a course about the latest ideas and debates on today’s media and culture. It develops both critical thinking and media practice through an in depth study of the role that media, cultural and creative processes play in shaping the world. The course runs at the London College of Communication (LCC), which is part of the University of the Arts, London. It draws on a range of new academic perspectives and combines them with the making of media, such as film, photography, journalistic writing and web-based content.

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Course Leader, Jonathan Wright.

This blog showcases some of our CMC students’ work. So, whether you’ve hopped on to this site to find out more about the course, to check out your contemporaries’ work, or to see which student you’d like to join your business, there’s lots to explore. Here’s to enjoyment, inspiration, entrepreneurship and creativity…

And if you’re thinking of applying for the course have a look here.

From: Dr Jonathan Wright, Course Leader

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