What Can You Do With Your Media Degree?

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The media degree at the Robert Gordon University is designed to apply to the academic and practical skills within aspects of the media industry.


You can build your own personal portfolio whether your forte’ is film, editing, design or more the oretical-based, like marketing, branding and media strategies. From the new Corporate and Commercial Filming module available in fourth year or Women and the media, there is plenty for students to get skills in during their studies.


There is also the option to do a 6 week or 12-week placement which you apply for through the placement opportunities platform where you can get real work experience with a company/role of your choosing.


In addition, there’s also an option to broaden your horizons and work abroad at another prospective university in a different country where you get more cultural experience.


The media industry is such a wide sector, there are a number of career paths to go down with the media degree. Some areas would include marketing, content creation, digital media, film production, interactive media design, social media and advertising.


In RGU, there are numerous societies that can get you work experience whilst you study such as Radar, RGU: Radio and RGU: TV for media related societies but any student can go into any society!


 

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