Creative Media


This course gives you everything you need to launch a successful career in the broadcasting industry. You develop traditional radio and TV skills, and get a thorough understanding of how new technologies are used in the world of communication and media.

We encourage creativity and innovation through different methods of programme delivery and assessment, including interactive online learning, group discussions, critique sessions, workshops, practicals and studio work. Project work is a key component of what we do, and we supplement our learning materials with presentations from visiting industry experts.

The industry work placement is a vital component of the degree course. This takes place in semester six (year three) of the course. Alternatively, you can work as part of an internal design team, creating digital content

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Our state-of-the-art Digital Media Centre (DMC) features a TV studio, a radio studio, multimedia editing suites, an audio/video library suite, a dedicated recording studio and common project work and exhibition space. We also have dedicated high-spec multimedia Mac/PC labs, running the latest operating systems and the most recent industry-standard versions of the relevant software, including Apple Final Cut suite, Adobe production/web design suites and 3D Studio Max.
Our graduates work in television broadcasting as video editors, researchers, in post-production, as producers, editors, programme schedulers, executive producers, directors and managers. In radio broadcasting, they work as production co-ordinators, audio editors, researchers, in technical support, as producers, executive producers, station managers and programme controllers. In the new media/web development area, our graduates work as social media and web communications managers, bloggers and new media content creators for web platforms and mobile devices.

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