The Media School, at Bournemouth University, is the largest centre of vocational higher education for the media industries in the UK, offering high-quality, industry-recognised courses in Media Production and Media Management, Journalism, ComputerAnimation, and Communications; including Public Relations and Marketing.
The Media School is the UK's only Centre for Excellence in Media Practice (as designated by Higher Education Funding Council for England) and is also one of only two accredited Skillset Screen and Media Academies in the UK. These endorsements firmly establish the School as a major training and education centre for the media industries.
MA Computer animation has revolutionised the world of film, special effects and computer games. This course will help you acquire the skills needed to work in a number of areas where computer animation is applied, including films, animated features, computer games,...
MA This dynamic course is for determined and driven
people who are ambitious about their career within the advertising
industry. Whether you have recently graduated with a good degree in an
advertising-related subject or you are a communications professional...
Our Software Development for Animation, Games & Effects degree is
very different from its run of the mill computer science rivals, as it
sets out to fully and unapologetically immerse you in the exciting
fields of computer graphics and production processes....
From blockbuster movies to multi-million-dollar video franchises,
computer animation is a big business, which is why the Computer
Animation Art & Design course at Bournemouth University is second to none. Not
only will we cultivate your artistic passion,...
BA (Hons) This new undergraduate degree course covers all the main aspects of the visual effects post production pipeline and focuses on the theory, principles and production of visual effects assets and shots. The course is tailored towards students who have...
MA The MA Creative Media Arts: Data and Innovation
is designed to respond directly to your needs as someone with
the ambition to build a career in one of the growth sectors in the UK:
the creative and cultural industries. The course delivers a unique...
MA Corporate Communication is an all-encompassing
term referring to businesses, government bodies and not-for-profit
organisations (Non Governmental Organisations), and is increasingly
replacing the terms public relations and public affairs in the
MA This course is designed to provide an advanced understanding of the
issues and debates surrounding political communication in the twenty
first century. The units are conceptually led, combining discussions of
theory with an exploration of current and...
MSc You are expected to come from a technical
background (Computer Science, Physics, Maths, Engineering) with an
existing knowledge of programming and the course will build upon this,
providing you with a combination of artistic sensibilities,
MA This flexible course gives you the chance to
study communication and media theory at an advanced level. It will
provide you with a highly employable set of skills, together with the
ability to engage with theoretical concepts and display critical
MA This forward thinking and industry-relevant MA offers creative writers the opportunity to not only develop advanced writing skills, but also a solid understanding of the different ways in which writers can now engage with the publishing industry.Offering both...
The amount of data generated and acquired by businesses and organisations every year is growing at an unprecedented rate. Our digital universe holds an estimated 2.7+ zetabytes of data. In commercial organisations data analysis is emerging as one of the key competitive...
MA This is a truly international course, attracting students from all
over the world with a diverse range of cultures and identities. It will
provide you with a strong theoretical and technical underpinning for the
principal areas of study thanks to lecture...
This is an exciting opportunity to study on an integrated Master’s degree for the twenty-first century.
Most English degrees divide literary study into different historical
periods, such as medieval literature, Shakespearean literature and
From the classics to contemporary literature, from exploring the
media to developing writing skills, this course covers a huge variety of
aspects of English.
Alongside the study of iconic and influential texts in print, you'll
be introduced to the latest...
MA A theoretical grounding in topics such as
narrative and storytelling underpins technical training in the latest
software and hardware, which will give you the tools to turn your ideas
into reality. You will also be encouraged to develop critical
MA This ground-breaking course is for those who want
to turn their ideas and aspirations into success. Whether you plan to
manage the next generation of film and television programmes, shape a
career as a researcher, associate producer or production manager,...
The foundation of all film, TV and radio output is scriptwriting and
on this course you'll discover how to produce high-quality scripts that
can be brought to life. You’ll be encouraged to develop your creative
voice and writing style, as well as having...
Do the words "Lights, Camera, Action" get you excited? If they do
then maybe a career in film production or cinematography is calling. To
help set you on this star-studded path our meticulously designed Film
Production and Cinematography degree, which is...
You will be exposed to an exciting range of experiences within film
culture, from industry practice through to experimental cinema. The
course is designed to reflect the diversity that exists within film
globally, exploring the topics that impact upon filmmakers...