The School of Media Studies was established in the year 1997. The School aims at equipping the students with knowledge in handling the latest technological advancements in media, with a balanced curriculum that challenges students to confront contemporary issues in media theory, research, policy, planning and management. Here, an optimum balance is maintained between theory and practice.
It has one of the most progressive infrastructure at a University-Level in which the students are given hands-on experience through our in-house monthly magazine (Campus World) Weekly news-letter (Campus ELAN), Campus radio, and Campus TV. Substantial man-hours are spent on laying a strong foundation for different kinds of media, like print, electronic (T V production) and new media along with exposure to advertising, public relations, technical writing, content writing, event management.
With the backing of Subject Experts having an enormous research background coupled with industry experience, The School of Media Studies is one of the liveliest School at the University with student journalists covering all the events inside the University.
The highlights of the School includes the practically oriented learning methodology through the infrastructural facilities mentioned above, thereby facilitating learning by doing. The School engages its students in conducting film festivals, which witnesses many National Award Winners in attendance. The studios are fully equipped with the latest technologies and the students themselves operate each of them.
The students of media studies are placed with companies such as NDTV, ZEE TV, CNN IBN, News-X, Times of India, Deccan Herald, The Indian Express, Mudra Group, Ogilvy & Mather, Oysters Advertising, etc. The plans of the School include undertaking Corporate Film Making for various companies, Documentary Studies, instituting short-term course on filmmaking etc.
Proud of its 45,000+ strong Alumni spread across the globe.
GCU has been a home for students from 81 nations
to this day and the family is growing...