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Postgraduate research (PhD)

The study of Media and Communications encompasses a wide variety of areas, including: the history of technology; the production, circulation, and reception of cultural texts; media ownership and issues of power and representation; PR and the manufacturing of consent; social media and issues of surveillance and safety; video games and interactive technologies; infrastructure and data security; cultural politics; social media and everyday life; intercultural communications; and the study of audiences, users and producers.

Whatever your interest, our supportive interdisciplinary research environment, academic expertise, and fantastic facilities will support and nurture you throughout your PhD. As a doctoral candidate, you will be immersed in our research community, participating in research seminars, study groups, and university-wide training that is tailored specifically to helping you develop into a world-class researcher.