Our Culture, Media & Creative Industries BA centres around three main areas:
- Media and Communications
- Cultural Studies
- Creative/Media Industries and Institutions
Your optional modules will allow you to shape the degree around the areas that interest you most – you can either specialise in a topic or experience a broad range of themes.
The diverse optional modules on offer will appeal to those interested in a wider range of creative subjects as well as giving you the opportunity to discover new areas of study.
With a strong focus on professional development, this degree is perfect if you are looking for careers in the cultural, creative and media industries or work in various roles that cover arts management, communications, publishing, public relations, advertising, policy or marketing.
Modules cover varied topics such as creativity, children and media, diversity, fashion, gender, intersectionality, memory, music, publishing, work in the cultural industries, and visual culture amongst others. The course also gives you the opportunity to put theory in to practice via project-based modules in years 2 and 3 which will involve organising and participating in public-facing events.
For more information, visit the Culture, Media & Creative Industries BA course page.
- Unique course: The only degree in the UK that combines culture, media and creative industries within one course
- Strong focus on careers: You’ll gain practical and transferable skills to prepare you for careers in the cultural, creative, media and digital sectors.
- Variety: Modules cover diverse subjects from fashion, Virtual Reality or computer games to arts management and contemporary art.
- Study what you love:This is a flexible degree and you’ll be able to specialise in areas including cultural studies, media studies or creative industries or combine all three.
- Cross discipline skills: Our BA draws on Cultural Geography, Cultural Studies, Film Studies, Gender Studies, Heritage/Museum Studies, History, Media & Communication Studies, Memory Studies, Music, Policy, and Sociology.
- Modern & relevant: You’ll apply concepts to real-world examples, work on industry facing live-briefs and explore media and arts management and cultural policy.
- London partners: Located at the heart of London’s arts and media industries, you’ll also enjoy links with our numerous partners in the arts, cultural and media industries.
- Taught by a range of experts: Taught in a department rated number one in the UK for the power and reputation of its research which feeds in to our teaching on the course.
Our degree capitalises on our location in central London and the key hubs of the global cultural and creative industries, including Covent Garden, Soho and the Southbank.
As a CMCI undergraduate student, you will also have access to a huge range of student activities – with over 300 clubs and societies at King’s College London.
Throughout your time at King's, you’ll therefore have numerous chances to get involved in a wide variety of opportunities, encompassing sport, drama, music, radio, journalism, volunteering and student politics.