Research predicts that by 2023 the UK media industry will hit the £100 billion milestone. This steady growth firmly places this innovative sector at the heart of the UK’s economy.
Our courses can help you achieve your aspirations, whether you want to be a journalist or presenter researching or delivering a story or a photographer capturing events as they happen. Maybe it’s a future in advertising and marketing that’s captured your imagination, devising a multi-channel marketing strategy or bringing a campaign to life through art and design or film.
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Prospectus & Course Guides for 2020/21
Why work in the Media, Publishing & Information Industry?
Employment in Media, Publishing and Information Services roles are down 4.8% since 2017
Wide range of jobs in the Media, Publishing & Information Industry
A wide range of employers in the Media, Publishing & Information Industry
Archivists and Curators
Journalists, Newspaper and Periodical Editors
Public Relations Professionals
Considering a career in Media, Publishing & Information?
If you’re not sure what to study, then why not take some time to find out more information about possible careers?
Or, if you already have a career in mind, but you’re not sure what you need to study to pursue that career, we can help you get one step closer to that dream job.
Actors, Entertainers and Presenters
Salary: £18,283 - £47,029
Predicted 5.1% increase in jobs by 2023
Arts Officers, Producers and Directors
Salary: £18,886 - £46,051
Predicted 4.4% increase in jobs by 2023