Train as a media production specialist. Whether you want to develop expertise across a range of media or specialise in a particular industry, our Media Production degree will support your professional development.
Our BA (Hons) Media Production course is a broad-based degree responding to the way we increasingly create, think and work across media.
In this ‘post-medium’ age where distinctions between different media practices blur, we'll challenge, inform, inspire and prepare you to work within and across areas including photography, moving image, and sound.
This new course is deigned to support your development as a media specialist, creating engaging content for TV, film, radio, podcasts, social media and online platforms.
As a student at ARU in Cambridge, you'll learn from experienced filmmakers, television producers, media specialists and technical officers in our industry-standard facilities. You’ll work closely with other students on your course, and those from other creative courses, as well as your lecturers. It's a great way to gain essential skills in teamwork and collaboration.
This course is subject to planning. Some content, including modules, may be subject to change.
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As a student at ARU you’ll have use of facilities including:
Our experienced technical staff are on hand to offer full training.
You’ll benefit from extra-curricular events such as:
We'll also support you to take part in filmmaking initiatives such as 60 Second Shakespeare and the Kodak 16mm Commercials Competition; and take on smaller film jobs to gain valuable work experience.
Our Creative Showcase shines a spotlight on what makes ARU creative and cultural – our spaces, places and people. Find out more about our community, the difference we make, the stories we tell, and the things that inspire us.
Meanwhile, Present is an exhibition that you curate for yourself. Explore the work of our graduating students in this eye-catching virtual degree show.
As a Media Production graduate, you could pursue a career as a social media manager, a director, producer, journalist, broadcast, content manager, editor, blogger and more.
While developing your creativity and technical competence, you’ll also have honed transferable skills such as research, teamwork, pitching, presenting and communicating ideas, problem solving, resourcefulness, and risk management.
Graduation doesn't have to be the end of your time with us. You might decide to stay at ARU and study for a Masters degree, such as our MA Film and Television Production. Take advantage of our Alumni Scholarship and get 20% off your fees.
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