Creative Media Open Day at SI-UK London
Are you interested in studying audio, music, film, games, animation or web? Then don't miss out as the University of West London, De Montfort University, Keele University, Norwich University of Arts and SAE Institute visit SI-UK in London for a special creative media open day. Book your free appointment now!
University of West London
Whatever your interest in the creative industries, UWL have a course that will suit you - advertising and public relations, broadcast journalism, fashion and textiles, film production, graphic design, media and communications, photography, radio and audio production, and visual effects.
Situated in West London, the hub of the UK's creative and media industries, our school is built upon the skills and experiences of our inspirational staff. All of our courses have been developed directly from the experience of our staff, and creative industries and businesses with which we work.
De Montfort University
The Leicester Media School is one of the most diverse and pre-eminent media schools in the world, pushing boundaries, challenging convention, and leading on research.
We work with a range of industry partners, including Channel 4, and Pinewood Studios, to bring the best employment opportunities. Our Professors include Dorothy Byrne, Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4, Terry Bamber, production manager on five James Bond films, and Steve Chibnall, the UK’s first Professor of British Cinema. With a wide selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available, we can offer you the stepping stone into industry or further study you are looking for.
Keele, the UK’s top university for student satisfaction (NSS 2016), graduate employment (HESA 2016) and affordability (Marbles.com 2016) offers two fantastic creative arts programmes in Media and Music.
Media, Communications and Culture (MCC) at Keele is a top 20 UK programme (Complete University Guide 2016; Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016) combining both practical and theoretical elements. On the practical side, you will learn how to make news programmes, the skills of digital photography, and documentary-programme making, while in terms of theory you will explore the ways in which we understand the terms media and culture both today and historically, and analyse how a range of media forms such as film, television, photography and literature produce cultural meaning.
Keele’s Music Technology programme encourages you to work at the frontiers of the creative application of technology in composition, music production, sound design, screen music, audio-visuals and music software. The course is informed and inspired by successful creative practitioners and researchers. You will study many different styles and genres, inventing, capturing, recording, mixing and manipulating audio/visual content using advanced digital media.
Norwich University of the Arts
Norwich University of the Arts is a dynamic and creative community providing arts, design, architecture and media education. It is dedicated to providing vocational, practice based courses which allow students to enter an exciting and challenging community of artists, designers and makers who share their passions and interests.
Today NUA continues to thrive as an established University sector institution, with a national reputation for excellence and a strong ethos as a creative academic community.
Anchored in the UK’s most established digital and creative hubs, but with 54 campuses worldwide, SAE students and faculty become part of a global creative network united in one collective purpose – outstanding education opportunities.
SAE Institute offers accredited fast-track learning pathways so you can be industry-ready and on your way to that dream job faster. If you are willing to put in the hard work, then our intensive programmes mean you can receive your degree in two years.