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Creative media and journalism courses

Find your place in the world of media and journalism

Want to go further as an advertising executive or communications professional? At Middlesex you’ll take on campaigns for big-name clients, learn from exciting guest speakers and get hands-on with industry-level equipment.

  • Undergraduate Year 2/Year 3 entry courses

Creative media and journalism at Middlesex

Learn from experienced industry renowned tutors and make the most of our state-of-the-art digital media suites to develop the digital skills needed for the modern workplace.

Follow in the footsteps of previous graduates, now employed by the likes of Frank PR, BMB, Saatchi and Saatchi, BBC, ITV and MTV Develop.

You will be given free access to the Adobe Creative Suite, meaning you can develop your Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator (and many others) skills remotely.

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Our Creative Media and Journalism courses at a glance

Cutting-edge teaching

You'll learn alongside professional authors, playwrights, scriptwriters and journalists as you develop the skills you need. You'll also get plenty of practice with opportunities like North London Story Festival and many others.

Support for your career

You'll have an opportunity to take part in a work placement to build your professional network - a helping hand when kick-starting your career. Our graduates have gone on to work for companies such as Ogilvy, Warner Bros, Universal and Adidas.

Gain industry knowledge

You’ll have free licensed access to the latest industry standard software such as the Adobe Creative Suite to ensure you’ve got the digital skills employers are looking for.
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