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Communications, Media & Culture personal statement
Personal Statement: My Experience As A Communications | Bartleby
I am hoping to read for a communications, media and culture degree. I find it remarkable, inspiring and a little bit frightening how the media exercise control over our lives, whilst offering rich cultural rewards. I am fascinated by the action and effects of human communications of all kinds and am keen to extend the insight I have gained so far. My interest in the subject began through my GCSE Media Studies and my knowledge of the subject area has expanded at A-level where I am acquiring analytical skills, helping me unpack and contextualise a wider variety of media forms. I've slowly been gaining practical experience alongside my academic learning. Two years ago, I was lucky enough to get work experience with a television crew on location as a runner. I learnt the value of working as a member of the team in a stressful environment and I gained an understanding of the processes of TV production.
Over the last few years my interest in public relations, media, journalism and business, in general, has developed. I enjoy reading newspapers, magazines and music literature such as NME. I also enjoy listening to the radio with my favourite station being BBC Radio 1 due to the variety of different programmes available.
A strong curriculum vitae brings all of these important aspects of your qualifications together to provide you with the best chance of getting called for an interview. Hard-working, detail-oriented telecommunications professional. Adept in reading instructions and carrying them out with little or no supervision. Skilled problem solver when issues seem to prevent progress from being made. Efficient while working as an individual as well as in a team setting.