The course has a strong focus on business and enterprise and will lay the foundations for your career.
You’ll develop business skills such as pitching creative ideas and sourcing funding opportunities, and produce material of a professional standard that demonstrates your ability to succeed in a fast-paced dynamic industry.
Project work takes place on an individual basis, and culminates in an independent assignment for an end of year show.
Practical production elements are delivered during seminars, with access to superb workshop facilities and technical support.
The course has strong links with the UK’s creative industry that generates live briefs.
You’ll have the opportunity to specialise in one area of production including:
- Web technologies
- Digital imaging
- Video production
- Radio production
- Digital journalism
This course is delivered through a comprehensive lecture programme, skills workshops, studio seminars, individual and group critique, and one-to-one tutorials.
- Professional practice
- Production specialist skills
- Independent study
- Final presentation
You’ll showcase your work in a professional and public exhibition. Industry professionals act as mentors on live projects and you will meet guest speakers as a regular feature of the course.
You can view the full Course Specification here.
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The Lace Market
Start: 30th September 2019
Fees / reductions:
Tuition fee: £3,375
Fees shown are per year and based on the 2018/19 academic year. Prices for 2019/20 onward are yet to be confirmed.
Course code: C025942
Digital Media Design BA (Hons)
You should possess or expect to achieve one of the following in a related subject area:
These qualifications should be in a multimedia, graphic design, 3D visualisation, photography, digital journalism, animation or web technologies area.
You’ll be invited to attend an interview and submit a portfolio/ show reel/sketchbook of evidence.
Mature applicants with relevant professional experience and/or qualifications are welcome to apply.
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The course is assessed via individual and group assignments, group presentations, research assignments and examinations.
An individual dissertation is an essential part of the course.
After the course, you can expect to pursue a career in any area of the communications industry, including traditional journalism platforms as well as social media, search engine-optimisation, public relations and a range of other digital media jobs.
We have great links with local, national and international companies who regularly look for graduates to join their organisations.
Our annual end of year show is an ideal opportunity to showcase your work to talent scouts from the industry.
This course is validated by Nottingham Trent University.
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