Demand for content, both commercially and experimentally, is high. And growing. From film to television, advertising to gaming, content can be seen in a range of media.
Achieving success amidst fierce competition requires a unique combination of creative and technical skills. All the degree programmes in Media Works have been developed to equip you with such skills so you are independent and versatile to ever-changing industry demands.
I would recommend Ravensbourne if you are looking for a course that will strengthen your technical skills, encourage creativity and provide solid preparation for a career in commercial photography.
Hannah Coates, BA (Hons) Digital Photography alumna
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BA (Hons) Animation - There is enormous demand, both commercially and experimentally, for animated work across all media including film, television, internet, games and advertising.
Year 0 is not a standalone course, it is the first stage of a full bachelor’s degree and once successfully completed you will be able to continue onto the first year of BA (Hons) Animation.
BA (Hons) Digital Photography - This is one of the most compelling and authoritative forms of visual communication, challenging the viewer and demanding an emotional response.
Study how to become a video game maker on this industry-focused degree programme specialising in game design.
If you are not quite ready for year one of an undergraduate degree or didn't have a chance to prepare your games design portfolio then this course is for you.
BA (Hons) Editing and Post Production - Editing is where it all comes together, where meaning is created through cutting sound and picture, when the story is finally told.
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