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Our courses bridge technology and culture

We're able to develop interdisciplinary interests combining technology and creative practice.

Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses and research degrees explore the exciting and interactive world of images, sound, games design, media production, web development, creative industries, performance and ideas. Some courses focus on innovative creative production, while others look closely at contextual issues, theory and criticism. All courses share a focus on culture and investigate how we create, curate, manage and analyse it in a digital age.

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Editing and Post Production modules are aimed at film makers and industry professionals looking to improve skills they already have and learn new skills within the chosen topic.

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This BA (Hons) Creative Advertising with Marketing course is designed to give students the creative and practical skills for a career in advertising, digital marketing and the wider creative industries.

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Develop skills in manipulating images, video and sound. Identify and adapt to the changing demands of the new media industry. Full-time 3 year BA Hons.

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Develop drama techniques and performance skill that can be used to create change through teaching and community led projects.

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Write, perform, collaborate and direct with your fellow students. Take part in the Student Theatre Company production and work with a professional theatre team.

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Drawing on traditional and experimental forms of poetry, prose and drama, this degree will develop your analytical and critical reading skills and enable you to apply these skills to writing practice.

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BA (Hons) Fashion Promotion with Marketing is designed to give students the creative and enterprising skills needed to work within the global fashion industry.

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Experience film making modules and produce professional films that meet industry demands. Screen your final film at the BFI Southbank in a showcase event.

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Combine film theory, cinema studies and video making practice using the latest post-production work stations. Lectures are accompanied by weekly film screenings and interactive seminars.

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Journalists today are required to be a writer, photographer, video maker and sound person -learn how become a professional journalist fostering skills of traditional journalism and new media.

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Study contemporary photographic practice and develop skills required by the image industry. Coordinate a final year show and invite friends, family and industry professionals.

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Learn in our innovative facilities and work on projects collaboratively with tutors, professionals and students from across our creative courses.

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BA (Hons) Music Industry Management with Marketing is designed to give students the creative and enterprising skills needed to work within the global music industry.

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This award-winning course is 100% devoted to the study and development of video games. Taught in a specialist game studio featuring high-spec PCs and game consoles.

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Practically focused, this course allows you to achieve a BA or BSc degree depending on options taken in year 2 and 3. Follow a creative design BA route or a technical programming for synthesis BSc route.

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This innovative MA programme combines a range of diverse approaches to making performance, including physical theatre, directing, socially engaged practice, solo work and live art.

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This course offers a secure foothold in the competitive world of Editing and Post Production.

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Gain practical journalism skills as well as an understanding of key development issues.

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A supervisor, a specialist in their field, will support the development of your research project. Offered full-time and part-time.

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A supervisor, a specialist in their field, will support the development of your research project. Offered full-time and part-time.

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