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)
Designed to equip you for a successful career in marketing and PR, this course explores the drivers and dynamics of the communications industry, covering the key elements of modern theory and practice.
Beauty Marketing and Journalism - BA (Hons)
Gain insight into the highly lucrative beauty industry and develop in-demand marketing skills and valued journalistic expertise.
Business Management and Marketing (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This course offers a route into business management and marketing if you don't have the standard requirements for an undergraduate degree.
Digital Media (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This degree is the ideal choice if you'd like to study at undergraduate level but don't meet the necessary requirements to enter the standard course.
Digital Media - BA (Hons)
The Digital Media BA will develop your technical, production and marketing skills to prepare you for a career in the growing digital media sector.
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)
This degree is the ideal choice if you'd like to pursue a career in journalism or digital media but can't meet the necessary requirements to enter the standard three-year degree.
Journalism - BA (Hons)
Channel your talent for writing, your instinct for seeking out the truth and your ability to engage an audience with our Journalism BA degree.
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.
Photojournalism - BA (Hons)
Combine the practical, technical and theoretical skills and knowledge of photojournalism for a career in press photography and the media sector.
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.
Our marketing and communications videos
News and success stories from our communications and marketing courses
London Met Journalism Diversity Network: learning on the job
Students Raisy Aquino, Carolina Piras and Paloma Mairone share their experiences of work placements in newsrooms and magazines, organised through the University’s Diversity Network.
Ghabrana Nahin Hai: London Met project featured on Platform Asia
A collaborative film made by Digital Media Associate Lecturer Joel Chernin and Fine Arts MFA alumna Shanzay Subzwari highlights the juxtaposing rhetorics of pandemic politics.
Journalism Fashion Newsweek: Covid and me - do we still care what we wear?
London Met Journalism students report on the latest 'Newsweek', which sees students prepare radio, TV, print and online packages about a specific topic.
Racism in the media
Wendy Sloane, Associate Professor of Journalism, on why making newsrooms more diverse is key to tackling racism in the media.
Going global: the benefits of remote learning
For students studying on Journalism degrees at London Met, the pandemic has opened up a whole world of opportunity, allowing them to report eye-witness stories from all over the globe.
On International Women's Day, Dr Karen McNally explores how Hollywood is revisiting its business model, practices and space as a marker of 21st century American culture.
London Met book nominated for major American Studies Prize
'The Stardom Tale' by Dr Karen McNally is in the running for the 2021 British Association of American Studies Book Prize.
Hollywood's 'A Star Is Born': Melodramatic Celebrity and the Stardom Film
Professor Mandy Merck and Dr Karen McNally will give talks on stardom and genre in the A Star Is Born films followed by a Q&A.
Award-winning alumnus gives filmmaking masterclass
Jesses Quinones, director, writer and producer, explained to students how they can get their feature film off the ground.
Hungry London: why are more people using food banks?
All are welcome to hear from and pose questions to experts on food poverty, and produce magazines, blogs, TV and radio broadcasts focused on this topical issue.
Trump, Television and the Media
Dr Karen McNally, American film and television specialist at London Met, convened an international conference on the depiction of Trump in media and the impact of his presidency.
Final Cuts 2020
23-25 June 2020
Online festival will showcase outstanding film and media work from students of the school of Computing and Digital Media.
Leading the fight for trans rights
BA Journalism student Ryan Gray reports from Dr Chryssy Hunter’s discussion on transgender and non-binary rights in the UK, an LGBTQIA+ History Month event at London Met.
‘Radio meets Google Earth’ project recognised by UNESCO
Radio.garden, an outcome of the Transnational Radio Encounters (TRE) project in which London Met’s Dr Peter Lewis was a partner, is celebrated by UNESCO for World Radio Day.