Goldsmiths, University of London

Course Introduction

Students study the challenges of the new media environment, and develop the creativity and confidence to succeed; students can enrol on just one short course or sign up to do a few to build their own unique Master's; the courses are designed by industry, for industry; flexible, practical and cutting edge, courses offer creative stimulation and hands'on skills development; students can accumulate credits across the academy network and build their own PgCertificate, diploma or Master's qualification; today's media industry is a multiplatform, multichannel world characterised by social media, interactivity, and user'generated content; hungry for fresh ideas and new content, it offers all kinds of creative and business opportunities; our short courses in professional media practice are designed to explore these new challenges and help students to develop the creativity, confidence and new skills you need to make the most of this rapidly evolving landscape.

Course Additional Entry

The course is open to media professionals with an undergraduate degree and the required work experience in a relevant industry, normally a minimum of 2 years; non'graduates with significant and relevant work experience, normally ten years, who can demonstrate an ability to both complete and benefit from the course, will also be considered.

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees
1 year
Full Time
MA (Postgraduate)