Studying for a degree in digital media can be both fun and rewarding, and give you a valuable set of skills when you graduate to help you land your dream job.
Digital media is more than TV, Film, Photography, VR, gaming or the internet – it’s about having the skills to navigate and make use of a wide and ever-increasing range of media platforms.
Studying for a degree in digital media at university will not only give you experience of the latest digital media technologies such as app development, VR & 360 video, but it will leave you eager to innovate, learn and explore emerging and future technologies.
At the university of Gloucestershire we offer both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that give you the opportunity to study digital media, in addition to a number of media and computing courses.
Our Digital Media BA (hons) undergraduate degree provides students who are keen to work in cutting-edge media industries with opportunities to develop a unique set of skills and experiences.
From interactive design, contemporary moving image and VR to web technologies, animation and app development – you’ll get the opportunity to enhance your knowledge in a range of exciting technological areas.
We’re proud of our industry connections, and students on our Digital Media BA (hons) degree get the opportunity to work on projects and pitch ideas to major international clients such as HyperX and Historic England.
Field trips to European cities and the London Design Festival also give you endless opportunities to gain experience outside of the classroom and make valuable connections with others in the industry.
Our Communications, PR and the Media MA degree is a postgraduate qualification that gives you the opportunity to further enhance and refine your skillset. In addition to digital media, this degree allows your to gain the extra qualifications and knowledge needed to get ahead in the UK PR and communications sector.
Learning from lecturers who have worked with the likes of WWF, HSBC and Fred Perry, you’ll develop the expertise you need to create campaigns across digital, social, TV and print media.
Course modules that you’ll study include strategic communications, content creation, stunts, campaigns and crises, sports and celebrity communications, and a major research project that allows you to explore an area of interest.
Interested in digital media and sport? Our Sports Communications and Digital Media MA degree is a postgraduate qualification that allows you to specialise and further enhance your digital media skillset with sport and communications.
You’ll learn how to produce top-quality media content and develop sophisticated strategic communications plans for sports brands, in addition to modules covering reputation management of players, clubs and brands, crisis communications and player endorsements.
Recent graduates from the course have gone on to work for Premier League football clubs, Premiership rugby teams, the Football Association, public relations consultancies and sports communications agencies.
Interested in studying digital media at university and applying for one of our digital media courses? Applications for undergraduate digital media degrees are made through UCAS, while applications for postgraduate digital media degrees are made directly to the university.
You can find out more about applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree using the links below, where you’ll also find details about how to get in touch with our admissions team if you have any further questions.