We live in a constantly changing, 24/7 multimedia landscape where anyone with a smartphone can become a broadcaster, awash with innovative trends and emerging techniques – like 5G, Internet of Things, virtual reality and mobile media.
This exciting course aims to keep you up-to-date with the latest sector developments, equipping you with the skills to produce work for distribution across multiple platforms and genres. We adopt a convergent media approach, familiarising you with a wide range of media, including lens-based, broadcast and digital media.
Our links with local, regional, national media industries, including companies like Aardman Animations (Bristol), provide numerous opportunities for location work, site visits and talks by visiting media professionals, together with live projects and a professional experience scheme. In short, you’ll be taught to tell interesting stories and distribute those stories to the largest possible audience.
If you’re an aspiring media professional, our course aims to cultivate your digital literacy skills, enabling you to understand, engage and respond to the ever-changing global media. You should soon be producing professional, innovative, inspired and challenging work.
We’ll aim to help you develop your own original voice, encouraging you to see technology as an important tool so that you are not afraid to use the full range of media at your disposal to articulate that voice.