Modules have been developed and adapted to provide skills appropriate to the individual needs of students who are developing a career that requires an awareness and knowledge of publishing in a European context. Normally two years, the course has been developed through joint delivery of course elements by Oxford Brookes and partners in France, Germany and Slovenia. All of the partner universities are leaders in the field of publishing education, with close links to industry in their respective regions.
The worldwide reputation of the Oxford International Centre for Publishing attracts a highly motivated group of UK and international students to study at Oxford Brookes. On our master’s degrees in Publishing, you will enjoy excellent teaching and learning in one of the largest departments of publishing education in the world. It is a lively and exciting department, which hosts a range of special events and welcomes many visitors, including speakers from the industry. Our faculty all have considerable experience of the publishing and media industries, and we maintain an extensive network of international contacts, including our alumni, who are working in management positions throughout the world.
Masters: 180 M credits. Our MA course benefits from rigorous quality assurance procedures and regularly receives excellent feedback from external examiners, employers, students and professional bodies. Many graduates realise significant career progession and go on to achieve high status in the industry of their choice.
International Student Requirements:
If your first language is not English, English language qualifications at the level of British Council (IELTS) test 7.0 minimum or TOEFL 100 minimum (internet based), or equivalent.