School of Media

School of Media

This is the edited version of the same information: The School of Media taps into new and exciting possibilities in the world of digital media, new forms of journalism, independent media, filmmaking, production and marketing, advertising, Public Relations, digital marketing, and more in the new media environments of convergence and emerging technology. Our students aim to be globally competitive, both in industry and in higher education. To achieve this goal, they learn concepts, professional practices and ethical norms in our state-of-the-art environment.
The following rigorous, professional and outcome-driven undergraduate degree programs are offered:

The following fully funded residential postgraduate program is offered:

The School of Media at Mahindra University aims to be a vibrant hub of creativity, innovation, and limitless possibilities. Students will be encouraged to collaborate on projects that mirror real-world scenarios, allowing them to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and teamwork skills.

The school will not just be a place of education but a launchpad for dreams and aspirations. Starting in academic year 2023-24, the School is admitting students to

    1. B.Tech. (Computation & Media) and
    2. B.A Journalism & Mass Communication.

The graduates will emerge as well-rounded individuals equipped with the skills, knowledge, and resilience to make a meaningful impact in the media landscape, shaping the narratives of our world for years to come.



Combining practical experience with a curriculum covering different media disciplines, the School of Media empowers students to launch careers in diverse media fields. This includes specialties such as journalism, digital media, and communication technology.

B.Tech (Computation and Media)

The 4-year UG program focuses on application of computing in communication and expression. It is an interdisciplinary program between the School of Media and the ECSOE’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Students gain both theoretical and hands-on knowledge of computing while developing an in-depth understanding of visual design, music technology, or the history of media.

B.Tech (Computation and Media)

Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication

The digital economy has unlocked new opportunities for the business world while simultaneously creating new areas of competition in both traditional and new sectors of the economy. Companies are increasingly turning digital in order to cut costs, enhance performance, deliver new products and services and adopt new business models that were not possible before.


Ph.D. in Media and Communication

The School of Media at Mahindra University will launch its fully funded doctoral programme leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Media and Communication. The first cohort of scholars will be selected for the term beginning August 2024 after a rigorous assessment of their candidature through a multi-step process. Applicants may seek part-time or full-time enrolment.

PhD in Media and Communication