Prepare to enter a career in marketing, advertising, public relations, corporate communications, print, online or broadcast journalism. We equip our marketing, media and communications graduates with the commercial, technical and communication skills to succeed in this large and growing sector, working in-house for corporate organisations or agencies, or as self-employed freelancers.
Many of our marketing degree courses are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Our graduates have gone on to become documentary filmmakers, journalists, marketing executives, PR managers and media strategists. Some have also gone on to set up their own businesses.
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Our undergraduate communications and marketing courses
Advertising, Marketing Communications and Public Relations - BA (Hons)
This PR and marketing degree course in London is designed to equip you with skills for a career in marketing communications, PR and advertising. Apply now.
Business Management and Marketing (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This course is designed to help you access a career in Business Management and Marketing even if you don't meet standard entry requirements. Apply now.
Digital Media (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This Digital Media degree is the perfect course for those who don't meet the standard entry requirements. Apply now and start your degree at London Met.
Digital Media - BA (Hons)
The Digital Media BA degree will develop your technical, creative and marketing skills to prepare you for a career in the growing digital media sector. Apply now.
Fashion Marketing and Business Management - BA (Hons)
Want to get into the fashion industry and make your own glamorous mark, retail your own label or take over a family business? This course will give you all the marketing and management skills you need to succeed in this glamorous industry.
Fashion Marketing and Journalism (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
Fashion marketing and journalism is a unique but very complementary combination to fields of study. With a joint honours degree, you'll stand out in the competitive job market in the fashion industry.
Fashion Marketing and Journalism - BA (Hons)
Are you passionate about fashion news, blogs and current affairs? Then follow your passion with this Fashion Marketing and Journalism BA degree.
International Business Management (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
An alternative route into international business management if you don't meet the standard entry requirements for an undergraduate degree.
Journalism (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
London Met's Journalism BA degree with foundation year is ideal for those wanting a career in journalism but don't meet the standard entry requirements. Apply now!
Journalism - BA (Hons)
Channel your talent for writing and your ability to engage an audience with our Journalism BA degree at London Metropolitan University. Apply now!
Journalism, Film and Television Studies (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
Our course is ideal if you're interested in studying how to become a journalist, as well as write about film and TV, but don't meet the requirements to enter the standard degree.
Journalism, Film and Television Studies - BA (Hons)
This course combines the theoretical and practical exploration of film and television with the teaching of journalistic skills using our up-to-date facilities.
Marketing (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
Our Marketing (including foundation year) BA (Hons) provides an alternative route into university if you don't meet the entry requirements for a three-year undergraduate degree.
Marketing - BA (Hons)
The Marketing BA degree will provide you with the key theories of marketing as it explores and challenges existing and new concepts, helping you to build a career in marketing or other managerial roles.
Media and Communications (including foundation year) - BSc (Hons)
This degree is the perfect route into higher education if you want to work in media but don't have the necessary qualifications to enter an undergraduate degree.
Media and Communications - BSc (Hons)
Taught by world-leading researchers with integrated media practice learning, this course allows you to gain a critical understanding of the role media plays in social, economic, political and cultural life. You'll develop your expertise and practical skills in areas such as media, journalism, community radio, documentary making and advertising.
Media and Marketing - BA (Hons)
The Media and Marketing BA (Hons) degree is designed to give you outstanding experience and understanding of the media, marketing and advertising industries.
Translation - BA (Hons)
A globalised world has warranted a growing trend in the need for translators. The Translation BA degree will engage you with all aspects of technical translation as well as some aspects of literary translation, focussing on practical work and the professional skills needed for a successful career in translation.
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News and success stories from our communications and marketing courses
Journalism students celebrated at the London Met Magazine Awards
Five magazines competed for 15 awards, including Best Use of Multimedia, Best Profile Piece and Best News Feature.
Journalism student wins national award
Carolina Piras took home the prize for the Human Rights Coverage category at the Student Publication Association awards.
London Met journalism students contribute to Ukraine podcast special
Louise Beale, presenter on Channel 5 News and Director of Middle Table, invited students to contribute questions about war reporting in Ukraine on a recent visit.
The life and death of 'Mad Vlad'
Associate Professor of Journalism Wendy Sloane comments on the life of Russian nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky, whose 1991 presidential campaign she covered as a Moscow correspondent.
Getting a foot in the door of journalism
Senior Lecturer in Journalism Simon Cadman reports on the wide variety of placements students are enjoying this year, in part thanks to the London Met Journalism Diversity Network.
Should Channel 4 be privatised?
James Grice, Senior Lecturer in Journalism, weighs in on the government’s plan to privatise the publicly owned - but privately funded – broadcaster.
"Show, don't tell": the Guardian's Simon Hattenstone on being a good interviewer
Third-year Photojournalism student Alex Cimpeanu reports on a visit from the seasoned feature writer, who shared his top tips for writing profiles.
"Surprised and really happy": Journalism students shortlisted for industry awards
Carolina Piras was shortlisted in the Human Rights Coverage category in the SPA Awards and student publication Sleeveless was shortlisted in the Best Newcomer and Best Design categories
Why I'm taking in Ukrainian refugees
Associate Professor in Journalism, Wendy Sloane, knew that her mother and uncle were evacuated to safety during WWII. Now, despite a strange discomfort, she finally returns the favour.
'Don't mention the war'
Wendy Sloane, Associate Professor of Journalism at London Met, reports on how journalists in Russia have responded to the Kremlin’s clampdown on media.
Do Svidaniya to "Beeg Maks" and fries: McDonald's closes its Golden Arches in Russia
Associate Professor in Journalism, Wendy Sloane, reports on the companies leaving their Russian operations behind in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.
Crisis in the courts
Media law students heard from barrister Nick Doherty about the crisis facing the UK's criminal justice system, which has a backlog of around 60,000 cases.
Welcome back Jak
Simon Cadman, Senior Lecturer BA Journalism, reports on a guest lecture given by alumnus and freelance journalist Jak Hutchcraft.
Fashion Reborn: Reuse and Rethink
The next London Met Newsweek will bring together an expert panel to debate sustainable fashion and the throw-away culture of our society.