Explore the exciting world of commercial radio, digital journalism and TV & film. Learn the technical skills and find out how the media industries really work. Then get-set for an exciting career in this field.

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  • We’re 100% focused on giving you the employment edge, so you’ll get the practical, the theory and the professional skills you need to start your career in this fast-paced industry.
  • Whether your interest is TV journalism, media, digital design or broadcasting, you’ll have opportunity to understand the roles within this industry and grow your talent in the area that interests you most.
  • You’ll have regular opportunities to gain work experience out in the field, and we’ll bring in professionals from the industry to share their experiences.
  • You’ll design your own curriculum, depending on your interests and we’ll provide you with regular opportunities to showcase your work.
  • Through self-directed study, you’ll have the opportunity to experiment, be curious, make mistakes and self-reflect, without the pressure of impacting on your final grades.
  • Your qualification will be awarded by University of Arts London – a partnership of six of the best Universities in the world, opening up doors to further education or employment in this vibrant and diverse sector.

Alex Henderson

Managing Director at Newgen Creative and shortlisted in the ‘Digital and Social Media Award’ category of the 2017 North East Business Awards.

Alex studied Level 3 TV & Film and graduated in 2016. He went on to set up his own business fresh out of College. You can read more about Alex here.

Our Media, TV & Film Courses

We offer a range of vocational qualifications ranging from beginner (Level 1) to intermediate (Level 2) and advanced (Level 3), which is equivalent to A Levels, in media.

Click on a course to find out more and apply.

OUR MEDIA, TV & FILM STUDENTS HAVE GONE ON TO:

  • Further study at some of the world’s most prestigious universities
  • Start up their own businesses
  • Work for Metro Radio and other commercial radio stations
  • Work for the BBC locally and nationally in radio and TV
  • University to study journalism, copywriting, TV & film studies and digital marketing
  • Become camera, sound or researchers for TV production companies