Prepare to join the largest and fastest-growing media industry in the world.
Our course is built upon employability. Designed in conjunction with experts at Google, our industry-facing curriculum means you’ll be learning and practicing the skills you’ll need to succeed from day one, including pitching to major international clients such as HyperX and Unilever from your first semester onwards.
The course provides you with a core set of established, fundamental skills before building on that with emergent technologies and platforms to give you a competitive employment advantage.
In the first year, you will be introduced to key industry areas such as web and app design, video production, photography, graphic design, VR, 3D CGI and audio design, and you will be refining these with regular industry-facing Sprint projects.
In your second year you will take these skills and experiences into collaborative projects, and you’ll be introduced to more emergent platforms such as immersive content, projection mapping, maker culture, and production for the 'Internet-of-Things'.
In your final year, you have a chance to specialise in your chosen area with close support from our award-winning tutors, all of whom continue to work in industry.
Alongside the core curriculum, you can also take advantage of our 'DMx' extra-curricular concept that provides ongoing access to real-world projects and industry links.
Our graduates have gone onto high-profile organisations including the BBC, Al Jazeera, Jungle Creations, Digital NRG, Sanctus, Queens Park Rangers, Mulberry and Peugeot, and our annual guest speaker list includes YouTube entrepreneurs Yogscast, graduate and founder of Entirety Labs Ross Silcocks, and Nataly Rios from Transmedia pioneers Conducttr.
The course also offers field trips to a range of European cities for cross-platform content production, as well as events such as Transmediale in Berlin, Ars Electronica in Linz, The Lumen Prize, and our annual free visit to the London Design Festival.