PIONEER #scicomm 

Msc science communication & future media

"Our part-time, online MSc is designed with the creative professional in mind. Nurture your confidence and expertise in using creative digital skills as you develop your own reflective, critical practice as a strategic communicator. 

Explore the programme by clicking on modules below. 

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 Our MSc was featured in a THE article this year

Our MSc was featured in a THE article this year


Depending on which year you join within our cycle, you will begin with either block 1 or block 2 of our modules.


Block 2



Science begins when it’s communicated
— Professor Andy Miah
Over the last 25 years, science communication has expanded from a field of public intellectuals, celebrity scientists, broadcast media professionals and event producers to include groundbreaking artists, games developers, disruptive creators, radical curators, social entrepreneurs and citizen scientists.
Whilst science communicators are in high demand in the cultural and higher education sectors, this course aims to bridge the #scicomm digital skills gap in an era where digital literacy, critical thinking and creative innovation make professionals stand out from the crowd.
This course is designed with this next generation of science communication pioneers in mind.
Taking the course will provide the opportunity to accelerate your career and become part of a global network pushing the boundaries of science communication through new and emerging technologies.
You will gain practical and transferable skills informed by theory, a creative portfolio and access to world-class professional networks to progress your career in science communication.
The course is delivered through distance learning, collaborative tasks, a creative portfolio and a final project.
There are two optional residentials in year 1 and year 2.
Taking this course you will become mindful of the ethical challenges that new communication systems might pose to achieving sustainable development goals for health and wellbeing, gender equality and sustainable communities.
We now invite applications to develop your creative practice to the next level. Apply online.