BA(Hons) Media and Cultural Production (with Foundation Year) helps you develop your own experimental and socially engaged projects from the start. It’s designed for those more focussed on becoming creative practitioners, while our BA(Hons) Media Culture and Communication is for those interested in researching audiences and communicating ideas to them. Explore the dynamics of the creative economy and learn how digital media impacts lives around the world. Use the latest software and new technology in everything from virtual reality to interactive documentary making. Discover the cultural and historical impact of media, developing your expertise in research, writing and project design. Find out how to pitch your ideas, and prepare a portfolio of work oriented towards your chosen career. Showcase your work to talent scouts and potential employers at the final year degree show and graduate with an impressive portfolio of work. In the National Student Survey 2016, 95% of students reported overall satisfaction with this course, while 100% agreed that staff were good at explaining things and enthusiastic about what they were teaching. Digital media is a big part of industry today, so you’ll be highly employable, with a number of options. You’ll graduate ready for a career as a creative practitioner, creative researcher, project designer or manager. Some graduates go on to postgraduate study on courses like our MA Creative Producing course.