Institute for Media and Creative Industries
The Institute for Media and Creative Industries offers excellence in postgraduate teaching and research across the major arenas of media, communication and culture in both the Global North and Global South.
We focus particularly on the shifting dynamics between communication, culture and power in the organisation of the creative and cultural industries. This includes legacy mass media and newer digital and social media systems and includes arts and heritage sectors. Our research interests span everyday communication, media and cultural practices; media, communication and identities; and, media and communication for social change.
Together with technē, we have a PhD studentship available within the Institute for Media and Creative Industries which aims to promote inclusive access, discoverability and use of British Library digital learning resources for young people.Find out more
Through our cutting-edge research, funded by national and international research councils and organisations, we have developed strong connections with community groups, cultural institutions and global agencies. We pride ourselves on our innovative approach and in pioneering new directions in media, communication and creative industries research and postgraduate education.
London is one of the world's principal hubs for media and communication, and is the primary destination for many national and international agencies operating in the media and creative industries. Loughborough University London is located in East London, which is home to more artists, makers and creative start ups than anywhere else in Europe.
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Loughborough Univerity is ranked 1st in the UK for Communication and Media Studies in the Complete University Guide, 2021, and the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, 2020.
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The Institute for Media and Creative Industries is staffed by a distinguished interdisciplinary and transnational team of researchers and practitioners. We share and interest in developing innovative methodologies and have between us expertise across a number of methods and approaches, including archival and oral history, digital ethnography, participatory and action research.Find out more
Our master’s programmes offer an interdisciplinary curriculum in media and cultural theory as well as related policies and practices. Our programmes are designed for students who are interested in gaining insights into media and creative industries including digital and social media, mediated practices and politics, arts and heritage, labour and the media and creative industries. You will gain experience in critical analysis and practice-based knowledge about communication, media and culture across different societies. The modules are delivered by an international faculty that includes noted researchers and practitioners.
- Global Communication and Social Change MA
- Media and Creative Industries MA
- Media, Communications and Cultural Management MA
The Institute for Media and Creative Industries welcomes research proposals that explore the cross-cutting themes of power, control and change across the full range of media, communication and cultural arenas and at every level, from the organisation of states, industries and transnational organisation, to community action, everyday life practices, and systems of representation and imagination.Find out more