Make an impact on the digital world and excel in a rapidly growing and fast-changing industry with our MA Digital Media degree, taught at UCA Farnham. This course appeals to students across a number of subjects, from animation and film to gaming and journalism. Whatever your specialism, this course is ideal if you want to extend your studies and improve your employability in media-related fields in the UK or beyond. You will explore digital image-making and storytelling techniques for the rapidly changing media landscape, learn about digital marketing and social media, create your own digital material and explore the media business, or post-production techniques and emerging platforms. Our recent and current industry projects include working with the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation in Accra, and with China Central Television in Beijing. This work with industry informs our teaching and enriches your learning experience.
Term 1: Critical Contexts; Digital Storytelling. Term 2: Option 1: The Business of Media: Processes, Models, Law, Regulation; Option 2: Post Production and Platforms AND Industry Based Project. Term 3: Final Major Project and Professional Practices.
Students are assessed on evidence of their knowledge, understanding through application of ideas, research and methodological structure and their technical and applied skills.
A good honours degree (normally 2.1 or above) or equivalent qualification in your chosen subject or a related discipline and / or relevant work experience, demonstrating your ability to study at postgraduate level. For this course, we'll assess your written application. Potential offers will be made based on your application form, predicted qualifications, personal statement and reference. You may be invited for an Applicant Day to further discuss your application.
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