A Digital Media course at a UK university will allow you to develop the practical and theoretical skills needed to design and produce media products in the areas of film, animation, TV, games and web. State of the art facilities will give you access to TV, music and editing suites, photography studios, as well as industry-standard tools such as Adobe, Apple and Autodesk.
Digital Media courses are often part of a larger media degree and whether you are interested in game design, web development, 3D Graphics or digital image modelling, there is a speciality to be found in this varied and fulfilling industry. Many courses offer four-year sandwich degrees, in which a work placement offers valuable on the job experience. Digital Media modules can include digital media technologies, graphic design for digital media, critical analysis, photography, web-based media and applications and social impact of digital media.
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A Digital Media degree provides you with skills that are in demand across the media sector, and employers range from digital media agencies to large businesses, in web, marketing and communication departments. Digital Media graduates can choose to move into a wide variety of different positions including design, marketing, content, web development, digital research, audio design, post-production and graphics.
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Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
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