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Communications

Cultural capital, critical awareness and autonomous thought.

In the Communications Faculty, our students learn to express themselves and communicate effectively with other people using the latest technology.  They develop skills such as oracy, analytical reading and the ability to write persuasively for different audiences. They learn to do this in more than one language.  

Students explore different ideologies and cultures in order to develop and communicate informed opinions.   They debate historical and topical issues as they learn how to question the world around them. 

 
 
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