Careers Film and media careers Media and communication courses focus on the communication of information across a variety of mediums and cover a broad range of subjects from the highly practical to the theoretical.
You will also have access to our working dress archive which includes pieces from to the present day, including the recently acquired Sibling knitwear archive. Global Subcultures The past forty years has witnessed the global transmission of the cultural and media phenomena of subcultures.
Careers in public relations, journalism, media planning, broadcasting and advertising are the most popular choices for our graduates, however graduates with the ability to communicate information clearly and effectively will be beneficial to any organisation.
In addition students can also arrange one-to-one meetings with staff which enables you to receive personal or small-group support for assignments, to discuss career paths, or simply to develop topics discussed in class.
You will develop a variety of skills that are extremely useful for employment, such as critical analysis, research, teamwork, flexibility, a creative and independent approach to tasks and the ability to work to a brief and meet deadlines.
Year 3 is about creating your own collection and portfolio and entering the British Fashion Council competitions including Mulberry, Burberry, Pringle and Chloe.
It will therefore heavily feature practical sports journalism skills and also offer students the opportunity to critically engage with all aspects of modern sports writing.
Critical and historical studies will underpin and inspire your studio projects. Module listing Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
The video component assumes no prior knowledge of video production. Sports Journalism This sports journalism module will help students develop the writing of sports reports or sports news story.
Writing for the Screen This module aims to offer students the opportunity to receive professional training and practical guidance from an industry practitioner on techniques of creative scriptwriting for television and film.
Students may be required to work both individually and in teams and in doing so will build industry-relevant skills. Module listing Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Photography and Video 1 This module is delivered in two component parts photography and video production The photographic component of this module allows each student to develop an aesthetic awareness and understanding of the language of photography.
Year 3 is about creating your own collection and portfolio and entering the British Fashion Council competitions including Mulberry, Burberry, Pringle and Chloe. Find out more about the career options for film and media from Prospects: Media Texts as Historical Sources This module introduces students to the study of primary source material, produced in the past as evidence — specifically a British media source from Students may be required to work both individually and in teams and in doing so will build industry-relevant skills.
Find out more about the career options for film and media from Prospects: It introduces students to the practical language and grammar of video production. Global Subcultures The past forty years has witnessed the global transmission of the cultural and media phenomena of subcultures.
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These statistics are based on what graduates were doing on a specific date, approximately six months after graduation.
This final level may give you some useful ideas about possible options after your course or a course you are considering. Media Cultures and Everyday Life In this module, students will consider a range of approaches to the study of media cultures and everyday life.
Particular emphasis is placed on enabling students to conduct and critique different research methodologies. The module will consider the methods for analysing different kinds of primary source materials and aim to study, and evaluate the source, using appropriate secondary sources.
Assessment is carried out by a combination of written and practical work. Examples include contributing to your university paper or other publications, or working for TV production or radio outlets, PR or advertising agencies. You will explore knitted and printed textiles, fashion styling, photography, pattern cutting and draping to create shape.
Journalism 1 This module introduces students to the skills and competencies needed by the working journalist; equips them with a basic knowledge of the law as it impacts on that work and engages with some of the key theoretical issues of journalism. If your aim is to work directly within the media industry it is important to build up a portfolio of work, gaining as much experience as possible.
The course is currently ranked second in the Business of Fashion's Global Fashion School Ranking and second in The Guardian's fashion and textiles subject league Examples include contributing to your university paper or other publications, or working for TV production or radio outlets, PR or advertising agencies.
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The course is taught both by academics whose research puts them at the forefront of contemporary knowledge and well-connected creative industry practitioners.I am now at Seriously Digital Entertainment working on several Best Fiends titles.
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BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Cultures explores what it means to study media and culture in a contemporary context. Explore the role that media, cultural and creative processes play in shaping today’s world.
BA Digital Media Arts graduates will be eligible to pursue a professional career in the digital media and creative industries, communications, PR and advertising, national and international broadcast and film production companies, journalism, and internet and online communications.
We offer an academically rigorous study of media and culture, covering three distinct areas: media, cultural studies and professional practice. Digital Media Production No minor required. CORE REQUIREMENTS (36 hours) Students must take: COMM Introduction to Video Systems. An introduction to the history, theory, technology, and production of visual communication from cameras to computers.Download