Creative media students at North East Scotland College have access to state–of–the–art facilities and equipment to use throughout their studies. The impressive facilities include an a television studio with an array of cameras, lights and a green screen; a television editing suite, a radio station (RadioActive) that enables students to broadcast across the college and online, industry standard sound editing software and so much more.
Listed below are the current progression routes available for Creative Media. It's always worth taking another look as the list is updated regularly. Terms and conditions may apply.
Courses within this subject area
- North East Scotland College
- Robert Gordon University
- Option 1
- Years 1 & 2 HND Creative Industries: Media & Communication
Years 3 & 4
BA (Hons) Media
BA (Hons) Public Relations
Information has never been a more important commodity — with virtually no area of modern life untouched by the need to gather, organise and develop innovative new ways of accessing it.
Our Information, Communications and Media courses develop sought–after vocational skills covering the latest technology and digital media.
Accredited by professional bodies, our highly creative and interdisciplinary courses place strong emphasis on gaining transferable skills in research, writing, presentation and computer–based authoring. You'll gain valuable hands–on experience in our 'state–of–the–art' radio and TV studios which also feature digital editing facilities and a Mac suite.
We take a strongly vocational approach, partnering closely with employers and regularly reviewing our programmes to ensure courses are current and relevant, and work closely with Gray's School of Art to ensure creative energy is central to our courses. We provide high–quality, practice–based opportunities, underpinned by the relevant theory and educational framework.
Communication and Media students benefit from placements that provide valuable practical experience and establish strong links with potential employers.
Communication and Media courses are based in a 'state–of–the–art' building designed by Norman Foster. Facilities such as our radio broadcasting and television studio have been designed to provide students with the opportunity to use industry–standard equipment — essential skills for work in today's media industry.
Many of our courses are ranked within the top universities by the Complete University Guide.