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What will I study?

You will learn study skills such as note taking, essay writing, reading texts, finding and reading information and oral presentation. You will be supported throughout the course by a personal tutor who will also give you guidance in applying for Higher Education courses. All units are Level 3. To pass the Diploma you must achieve 60 credits. Study Skills: Finding and Reading Information. Essay Writing. Note-taking and Note-making. Reading and Comprehension of texts. Speaking and Listening Skills. Subject Specific Units: Digital Editing for Moving Image. Digital Sound and Image Capture. Digital Special Effects. Media and Popular Culture. Reportage Photography Project. Digital Images - Manipulation and Output. Digital Animation. Individual Project - Process and Realisation. Portfolio Development and Presentation.


What are the additional entry requirements for this course?


All learners should be 19+ on entry to the course. You'll need to show commitment to study and research at this level, combined with a strong interest in the subject area. GCSE requirements for Access applicants: In order to progress to certain Higher Education courses, you may require GCSE English and/or GCSE Maths to fulfil your university entry requirements.


Ideally you will already have GCSE Maths and English at grade A*-C. However we understand that not all students meet this requirement and so you will be considered for an Access course if you have one GCSE at grade A*-C in Maths or English and the other at grade D. A GCSE or functional skills course will be offered as an additional option for the Access course - please note that some GCSE classes may be delivered in the evening. If you don't have any GCSEs or equivalent qualifications then we will be able to recommend you for another course based on the results of your initial assessment at interview.



1 Year




King's Cross Centre


"No one day is ever the same! We are currently doing an advertising campaign and we have to work on every aspect of it, from the script to producing the music. I am surprised at how much equipment the College had to help us film and edit the advert.


The best thing for me as well is that we have the opportunity to sample other courses like music production, even though that isn’t what we are studying. I can’t wait to see our finished product!"

Shaquilla Alexander

Creative Media Production

University of the Arts London
accredited courses


Many of our Music courses are accredited by the University of the Arts London (UAL). UAL Awarding Body is the only specialist art, design and creative industries awarding organisation in England. UAL works collaboratively with Colleges, employers and others to ensure we develop and award the best possible specialist qualifications.

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