Media and Culture @ University of Stirling

Posted on 09 March 2011 by BMMBoxer

Course Branch: Film, Media and Journalism

Course Name: Media and Culture

  • Masters in Literature – Mlitt
  • Postgraduate Diploma

Location City, Country: Scotland, UK

College: School of Arts and Humanities

University: University of Stirling

University Description: The University of Stirling is a vibrant community of scholars, located at the heart of Scotland. Around 2,000 postgraduate students are studying for Master’s and Doctorate degrees and are tutored by world class scholars and researchers. The University also offers over 60 Master’s courses and provides opportunities to undertake Professional Doctorates, Master’s by research and PhD programmes. The University is defined by its commitment to quality: quality in research, quality in education and quality of the student experience.

Course Description: This MLitt will enable you to develop theoretical understanding and research expertise in Media and culture at an advanced level. The programme examines a range of historical and theoretical approaches, canvassing key debates within these fields.

Duration In Years (In Months):

Masters in Literature (MLitt): 0.9 yrs (11 months); Diploma: 0.75 yrs (9 months)


MLitt: 2 years (24 months)

Fee Structure: £10400 (approx Rs.765978)

Eligibility Criteria: A graduate who has an Honours degree, normally at upper second class, or the equivalent, from a university or college recognised by the University of Stirling, or an applicant who has an equivalent academic or professional qualification, will be considered for admission as a candidate for the MLitt or the Diploma.

A graduate with an Ordinary or General degree from a University or college recognised by the University of Stirling will be considered for Diploma study.

Exceptionally, experienced applicants without formal academic qualifications but occupying managerial positions may be considered for admission if they can satisfy the University of Stirling of their ability to undertake postgraduate study.

If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of your proficiency such as a minimum IELTS score of 6 (minimum 5 in each skill) or TOEFL 550/213/79-80 (Paper/Computer/Internet).

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