School Of Media Studies In Bangalore | Garden City University

About School of Media Studies

Media Studies has become a field that has gained increasing popularity and relevance in today’s age. Garden City University’s School of Media Studies aims at arming its students with all the possible knowledge and skills pertaining to the vast world of media. GCU believes in keeping students updated with contemporary trends and the latest technological advancements in media. The School of Media Studies has crafted a balanced curriculum that challenges students to confront issues in media theory, research, policy, planning and management. Familiarizing oneself with the theories and concepts in media, as well as learning how to cope efficiently in practical scenarios, is one of the main concerns the School addresses. Students are given hands-on experience through in-house facilities. GCU has an impressively progressive infrastructure, built specifically to enhance the student’s learning experience. GCU’s School of Media Studies includes a monthly magazine (Campus World), a weekly newsletter (Campus ELAN), a campus radio station, as well as a campus TV. Keeping connected with different kinds of media - print, electronic, digital - is important for students studying it. Other fields related to media, like advertising, public relations, technical writing, content writing, event management, are also taught. The School is associated with media giants like NDTV, ZEE TV, CNN IBN, News-X, Times of India, Deccan Herald, The Indian Express, Mudra Group, Ogilvy & Mather, Oysters Advertising, and others. Students completing their Bachelor’s, Masters, or Ph.D. in Media Studies, have the opportunity of getting placed easily.


  • the School includes the practically oriented learning methodology through the infrastructural facilities
  • 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.