The Department of Media, Film and Communication warmly welcomes graduate students to apply for admission to our postgraduate research programmes.
Media, Film and Communication PhD graduate Gabrielle Hine, 2011.
A Doctorate in Media, Film and Communication lets you take the ultimate step in university education in a vibrant department.
Masters study in Media, Film and Communication offers a comprehensive initiation to the world of independent research.
New Coursework Master of Arts programme for Humanities students
From 2018 the University of Otago is offering a new pathway within the Master of Arts, a 180-point coursework option.
The Coursework Master of Arts (Coursework MA) programme is designed to provide a multi-disciplinary grounding for Humanities students in a range of subjects as preparation for further study or future employment. The programme will take either 12 months or three semesters of full-time study to complete. The programme can also be studied part-time.
Find out more about the new Coursework Master of Arts programme.
The honours degree is a full year, 400-level postgraduate programme with independent research requirements.
The Postgraduate Diploma has the same content as the fourth year Honours programme, but offers the flexibility of part-time study.
Full selection of 400-level papers offered by the Department.
Read our staff profiles elsewhere in our website, and explore the supervisory expertise and wide range of topical fields of research we engage with.
- Doctoral and Scholarships Office maintains information about scholarships for study at Otago, and around the world.
- Visit the postgraduate section on the main Otago website for more information about postgraduate study.
- Also see the Humanities postgraduate pages for more useful information.
- Otago Universtiy Postgraduate Society promotes social events all for postgraduates across the University.