Department of Media Studies
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We offer undergraduate, masters, and doctoral education
We offer courses and programmes in four areas: Cinema Studies, Journalism, Media and Communication Studies and Fashion Studies.
As a new student, you are very welcome to us. Remember to register and a few more things.
Here you find useful tools and information to get the most out of your studies. And remember: If you have any questions, just contact us, we can help.
Below, you will find information on requirements for completing degrees according to the Qualifications Ordinance of 2007.
We offer doctoral programmes in Media and Communication Studies, Journalism, Cinema Studies and Fashion Studies, leading to the Swedish degree of philosophiae doctor, or doctor of philosophy (i.e. filosofie doktor).
Sections for JMK, Cinema and Fashion Studies
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”As you know, we hit a record low Arctic sea-ice minimum this year, so unfortunately the stakes are even higher in many ways”, professor Miyase Christensen, Stockholm University, told IMS website on Monday.
Our former Master students in Fashion Studies have started a platform and a monthly newsletter where they critically reflect, explore and review fashion related issues.
Now you can apply to exchange in Europe and the Nordics!
Welcome to the JMK Higher Seminar with Nick Seaver, Assistant Professor, Tufts University, who is to give a talk on Algorithms as Culture: The Ethnography of Algorithmic Systems.
Welcome to a higher seminar which takes the format of a data session through screening, feedback and discussion about the co-created short film Cinayaa (2019)" with Elias Hedkvist, PhD candidate.
Welcome to a seminar with PhD student Saki Kobayashi. Title and discussant to be announced.
Welcome to a Monday seminar with Professor Christa Blüminger, title to be announced. Moderated by professor Trond Lundemo.
VIDEO: Watch the Arctic Circle Mission Council virtual meeting
Here you will find tips on tools you can use if you need to study from home.
Here you will find tips on tools you can use if you need to work from home.