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STUDY PROGRAMME

Who can communicate what where? How are different places represented in the media, and what are the results? How do different media affect people?s sense of place and belonging, and what happens to the distinctions between the private and the public when new technologies are introduced? What are the social consequences of our increasingly mobile media consumption and lifestyles? How can different media technologies be used to communicate a place and its importance, for example in tourism and marketing? How are spaces, such as workplaces, homes and public spaces, planned to shape communication processes and media use? Which actors have power over these processes?
New information needs are created by the intensification of different types of mobility (for example tourism, migration and commuting for work), the rapid expansion of digital media systems (including mobile media, GPS systems and data flows), and the development of ?smart cities?, for example. The Master Programme in Geomedia Studies: Media, Mobility and Spatial Planning is a unique cross-disciplinary study programme that combines Human Geography and Media and Communication Studies to understand our present. The programme is particularly useful for students planning careers as, for example, tourism communication officers, place marketers, data analysts, tourist destination developers, spatial and social planners, digital strategists, or researchers.
Education level: Master’s level

PREREQUISITES

Bachelor’s degree with at least 90 credits in Human Geography or Media and Communication Studies, or equivalent (e.g. Tourism Studies, Spatial Planning, Film Studies) that includes a degree project / bachelor thesis of at least 15 credits, or equivalent. Upper-secondary school English B/6, or equivalent.

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