Higher Diploma in Mass Communication - validated by The University of Cambridge International Examinations & jointly awarded by TMC
The Higher Diploma in Mass Communications provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the interdisciplinary fields of mass communications, i.e. journalism, film, and multimedia. It equips students with general transferable skills which are of relevance to a wide range of careers in the field of mass communications.
The Higher Diploma is designed to help develop students’ analytical techniques and problem solving skills, enabling them to evaluate evidence, arguments and assumptions in the field of mass communications. It aims to provide graduates with the necessary grounding to exploit career opportunities in the mass media, commercial, financial and information system sectors of the economy.
The course aims to achieve an international standard of high quality training which
will lead to a universally recognised qualification, enabling graduates to pursue
undergraduate programmes in top universities.
Cambridge International Examinations validate the programme, providing quality assurance for the course structure, content, assesment. This organisation moderates the setting and marking of all the coursework.
The Higher Diploma has a total of 16 modules, assessed by means of coursework: