Master Media Studies

Media, telecommunications, computer networks, and creative industries touch many aspects of our daily lives and reach every corner of the world. They have had an increasing impact on political and cultural life and on entire economies all across the globe.

The shift in our everyday experiences to enhanced mediation has had enormous consequences. It has transformed international relations and business opportunities, but also citizenship and democracy, cognition and culture, as well as people’s personal and working lives. Media and Communications has thus become a vital and rewarding field of study that will help you understand contemporary global society and to function successfully within it.

The programmes

At the Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication we offer three different, English-language programmes in the field of media and communication, next to two Dutch-language programmes.* Click on the programme of your choice to read more about the study programmes, career prospects and admission procedures.

Please note that the Dutch-language programme Media & Cultuur will no longer be offered in 2018-2019. The programme will be continued as an international, English language programme under a new title: Media & Creative Industries.