Definition of media student in English:

media student

noun

  • A person who studies the media as an academic subject.

    ‘media students are now encouraged by their universities to start blogs’
    • ‘Costi, a media student, targeted chatrooms used by teenagers before encouraging girls to meet for sex.’
    • ‘Anouk, a media student, said the meeting was a "real eye-opener".’
    • ‘My new media students know the importance of forging effective web-based strategies that look outward for larger markets.’
    • ‘Moffatt, a 30-year-old media student, claimed not to have been involved in any violence during the protests.’
    • ‘BBC Radio York is handing over more than 400 music CDs to Harrogate College to help media students with their coursework.’
    • ‘The idea, says media student Erin Cumming, was to create a broader understanding of Iran than is generally portrayed in the media here.’
    • ‘Film and media students, as well as independent film makers and individuals, are all welcome to take part.’
    • ‘She is a second-year English and media student at Leeds University.’
    • ‘A media student, he is currently carrying out an economic appraisal for the establishment of a wildlife education and conservation centre in the northwest.’
    • ‘With the help of media students at the University of Paisley this was successfully completed.’
    • ‘As media students, we have often talked about what it means to be a New Zealander.’