We offer a range of degree courses in our Digital & Media department, including Computer Animation Arts, Computer Games Arts, Digital Communication Design, Digital Film & Screen Arts, Media & Communications, Media & Creative Writing, and Television Production.
Our hands-on learning environment encourages you to drive your own learning, and we use innovative assessment methods to evaluate and provide useful feedback so you can mature in your studies. You won’t just produce presentations and essays - you’ll develop your own blogs and learn video editing, audio recording, filming and photography skills, depending on your programme.
Having enjoyed studio-based learning and gained key expertise, our graduates build their analytical and problem-solving skills as well as creative expression, making them ideal candidates for jobs within this dynamic industry. Digital and media professions span areas such as animation, digital advertising and branding, editorial design, online graphic design, media strategy, media content development, media communication, digital marketing, public relations, and more.
Digital, Media & Advertising courses are available to study at the following locations:
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Graduating with a strong theoretical grounding in their subject and a strategic understanding of how to use creative digital content, our graduates are equipped to enter a vast range of rewarding career paths, including:
We enjoy strong industry links with practitioners, designers, artists, publishing houses and media companies, offering you a range of rewarding work experience opportunities. Our industry connections include:
Find out where our Digital & Media courses have taken some of our students
"UCA provides credited resources, powerful accounts of knowledge and artistic inspiration. I believe these are the things that a writer should surround themselves with. The creative writing workshops are exciting and challenging, but I learned to use the new techniques and skills shown and found that the rewards presented themselves in my work. "
"While at UCA, the class was given briefs that were written by the industry, exposing us to the type of direction you might expect to work from in a professional environment. This gave us a chance to analyse and critique each other’s designs. "