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PhD Media and Communication Studies; PhD Creative Industries; PhD Cultural Policy: PhD Journalism Studies

PhD Media and Communication Studies; PhD Creative Industries; PhD Cultural Policy: PhD Journalism Studies

‌Why do a PhD in Media and Communication Studies or the Creative Industries, Cultural Policy or Journalism Studies at CCPR?  Well, we are a dedicated postgraduate research and teaching centre with a highly experienced team of postgraduate supervisors in Professors Philip Schlesinger, Raymond BoyleGillian Doyle , Dr Melanie SelfeDr Lynn Whitaker and Dr Inge Sørensen and are home to a thriving cohort of postgraduate research students. We welcome applications to undertake studies for higher degrees (MPhil or PhD) in the following broad areas of staff interest and specialism: 

  • Media and Communication Studies
  • Creative and Cultural Industries
  • Media Management and Media Economics
  • Social Media and Digital Culture
  • Media regulation and Cultural Policy in the UK and EU
  • Television Industry studies
  • Media, Journalism and Sport
  • Journalism Studies,
  • Public Relations and Political Communication