Media Studies GCE AS/A
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Re-sit opportunities for current WJEC Media Studies Specifications
The current specification for GCE AS/A Media Studies will be last assessed in Summer 2018. Both new and re-sit entries will be accepted. There will also be an additional re-sit only opportunity in Summer 2019.
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- 2016 MIA Shortlist and Special Mentionsare now available
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Media, Film and Communications at University - Student Leaflet
The Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA), an HE association representing media, film and communication interests, has recently produced a leaflet which sets out the options for students wishing to continue studying Media, Film and Communications at University. Teachers may also be interested to read James Curran's Defence of Media Studies.
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