Media studies touches our daily lives, from television to film, radio to podcasts, social media to blogs, vlogs, and everything in between. And it’s never been more relevant than in the age of the internet, when actors, singers, and personalities can use their media skills to create their own celebrity online. These talents are becoming more in demand around the world as technology, innovation, and competition rise.
Media studies will provide you the communication and technological skills you’ll need to succeed in today’s workplace, whether or not you work in the media sector. You’ll be well prepared for all the modern workplace has to offer, whether you choose to pursue a career in cinema and television, fight for your own celebrity, or use your skills in business.
Why should you choose Rayat-Bahra University to study media studies?
Because getting a career in the media industry is so competitive, having a degree in the subject will help you stand out. It will prepare you for a fast-paced sector that expects you to move with the times by providing you with skills spanning from copywriting to camera work.
A degree in media studies will prepare you for a variety of occupations, whether you want to be the brains behind the scenes of cinema and music or make a difference as a broadcaster or journalist.
You can also utilize your media talents to research and analyze media studies theory, assisting businesses and organizations in predicting the result of news stories and current events. You can help develop public health campaigns or advise huge firms on communications by studying the history of media studies and its place in society and culture.
Media studies will enable you for a diverse range of jobs as below:
- Advertising media buyer
- Media researcher
- Broadcast journalist
- Social media manager
- Television/film producer
- PR consultant
- Web content manager
- Political adviser
- Editorial assistant
The programme reflects the competitive nature of the job market for media studies graduates. Don’t expect to spend your days viewing films or listening to music; the subject requires a significant amount of theoretical, research, and analytical work in addition to the creative side.
You can expect to see parts of history, sociology, philosophy, psychology, and politics in your studies as you investigate the role of media studies in current society. You should expect a lot of self-study no matter which path you take – academic or vocational.