This course focuses on the expanding role of PR within the corporate, public and voluntary sectors, with particular emphasis on the way in which media and PR are interlinked as institutions and practices. This professionally relevant course is continually
adapted to meet the changing needs of students, employers and society. This flexible, accessible and responsive approach ensures that you will benefit from the latest research, technology and industry practices.
Students undertaking this course will be able to take part in the Erasmus programme. Erasmus supports higher education students to study or work abroad for three to twelve months as part of their degree in 33 European countries. For more information please check with the university or visit www.britishcouncil.org/erasmus.htm for information on the programme.