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Typical employers Media studies graduates typically enter careers in the media, cultural and creative industries.
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Employers include: communications agencies the Civil Service further and higher education institutions, such as colleges and universities local government marketing organisations media companies the newspaper industry PR consultancies publishing companies TV and radio companies. Skills for your CV The mix of theory and practice in a media studies degree helps you to develop skills in the following areas: critical analysis research commercial and cultural awareness of the media and creative industries teamwork initiation and development of creative work in writing, audiovisual or other electronic media a flexible, creative and independent approach to tasks the ability to work to a brief and meet deadlines.
Further study You may choose further study because it's essential for your career path or highly desirable for entry into your chosen career, for instance if you wish to gain entry to a career in teaching or media law, or to branch into journalism or public relations. What do media studies graduates do?
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