LSE MSc in Global Media and Communications

International digital and marketing management

LSE-Fudan Double Degree – MSc (Master of Science) in Global Media and Communications

Department of Media and Communications of the London School of Economics and Political ScienceUniversity of London (2007-2008)

  • Media Sociology, Audience Reception, Media HistoryMedia Regulation, Social Theory and Social Research courses (by Shani Orgad, Sonia Livingstone, Robin Mansell, Terhi Rantanen, Lilie Chouliaraki, Myria Georgiou, Damian Tambini, Bart Cammaerts,…): Theories and Concepts in Media and Communications (Key concepts and interdisciplinary approaches), Methods of Research in Media and Communications (including Statistics, Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis), Media, Technology and Everyday Life (by Leslie Haddon)
  • Communication, Global Studies, Cultural Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Ethnography, Anthropology and Ethnology course: Media and Globalisation (by Terhi Rantanen)
  • MediaGlobal StudiesSemioticsPhilosophyGender Studies and Feminism course: Representation in the Age of Globalisation (by Shani Orgad)
  • Political Economy, Media Economics, New Media, Media Convergence and Journalism courses: Media and Power: Political Economy of Communication (by Robin Mansell), Global Media Industries (by Bingchun Meng), The Media Seminar (chaired by Charlie Beckett, journalist, editor, producer who worked for BBC News and Channel 4, lectures given by senior journalists and top media executives)

This degree has been ranked multiple times as the best Master in Communication in Europe (4 stars out of 4): https://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-corporate-communication-in-western-europe.html


LSE – The London School of Economics and Political Science

The London School of Economics and Political Science (informally « the London School of Economics » or LSE) is the best university in London and is ranked in the Top 3 in the United Kingdom, just after Cambridge and Oxford, according to the Complete University Guide 2017. Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Imperial College, King’s College and UCL form the « Golden Triangle » of the UK elite universities. The London School of Economics, part of the University of London, is the leading institution for Social Sciences and Management in the world, only competing with Harvard. 26% of all the Nobel Prizes in Economics have been awarded to LSE alumni and current and former staff. The London School of Economics is in the World Top 5 of the favorite universities of employers with Oxbridge, Harvard and MIT. In terms of incomes, LSE graduates are earning more than those from any other UK university, including more prestigious ones like Oxford and Cambridge. Out of all universities in Europe, LSE has educated the most billionaires according to a 2014 global census of dollar billionaires. It has the most prestigious reputation in the Cultural and Creative Industries in the United Kingdom. The LSE Media and Communications Department is ranked as the best in the UK and in Europe and 3rd in the entire world, just after USC and Berkeley. LSE offers joint degrees with Columbia University, NYU, USC, Peking University, Fudan University, HEC Paris, Sciences Po Paris, etc. According to the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings 2020, LSE is in the World Top 30 of the best universities.

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