|9-10||Media text analysis|
|10-11||Media text analysis|
|11-12||Media text analysis, screening||Auditive media|
|14-15||Media text analysis||Joint lecture|
As a media studies student, you divide your time between lessons, independent preparation and group work. You have fewer lessons than you were used to at upper secondary school, but as a university student, you are expected to gradually learn to study more independently. You find that being a university student is a full-time job. A large part of the teaching takes place in smaller classes, where you have ample opportunity for conversations and debates.
Part of your preparation takes place in your reading group, where you work on radio and TV programmes as well as web sites. Some of your exams are also based on group work. The reading group becomes both your academic and your social network.
Media Studies is located in the IT City Katrinebjerg, along with Information Studies, Multimedia and a number of IT and media companies. There is a buzz of inspiration and you have access to every conceivable facility for carrying out assignments in your chosen field. See a map of Katrinebjerg and the calendar.
In addition to preparation and lessons, there are many social events available during your studies. Media Studies has a long tradition of enthusiastic associations, and you are welcome to join in or help organise these.