We have excellent facilities, a caring and welcoming school community with committed staff and a supportive leadership team. Key stage 3 students at Arts & Media School Islington receive an orchestral string instrument alongside compulsory musical education for three years, all free of charge. Taking placement students can also be an efficient recruitment solution as you may end up offering them a permanent graduate job. Our events are great opportunities to find out more abut studying at Brighton. You apply directly to Birkbeck for this course, using the online application link.
Teaching may include formal lectures, seminars, and practical classes and tutorials. Formal lectures are used in most degree programmes to give an overview of a particular field of study. They aim to provide the stimulus and the starting point for deeper exploration of the subject during your own personal reading. Seminars give you the chance to explore a specific aspect of your subject in depth and to discuss and exchange ideas with fellow students. At Birkbeck, almost all of our courses are taught in the evening and our teaching is designed to support students who are juggling evening study with work and other daytime commitments. We actively encourage innovative and engaging ways of teaching, to ensure our students have the best learning experience.
Year 3 Core Modules
Options to learn a language and study abroad at one of our international partners will help expand your learning and global outlook. The Media & Communications Major offers a critical examination into the history, development and future of this influential industry. You’ll collaborate with students on other courses and create your work using industry-grade facilities, from radio studios, broadcast newsrooms, video and photography studios to high-spec digital media suites. The University of Brighton’s Summer Shows are some of the most important dates in our calendars – it is when our graduating art, design, architecture and media students exhibit their final projects. Evening learning Our students work in the day and study at night to get a head start on other graduates in a highly competitive job market.
- Please also visit the international section of our website to find out more about relevant requirements by country.
- In Year 3, you’ll receive hours per week as your final capstone project is a supervised module, rather than a classroom-based one.
- Whether you want to be an artist, designer, filmmaker or journalist, we offer courses at all levels to develop the knowledge and skills to form the foundation for a successful career.
- You are strongly advised to apply now, to ensure there are still places on your chosen course and to give you enough time to complete the admissions process, to arrange funding and to enrol.
From the £50m New Adelphi building at the heart of the green Peel Park campus, to our MediaCity base in the centre of one of the UK’s leading media production hubs, we are proud of our spaces and the creativity that thrives within them. We are proud to be a school that nurtures creativity, values talent, and provides a collaborative space in which our staff, students and partners can thrive. Our Dance students are taking part in an ACE funded project to bring Luke Jerram’s Gaia to Warrington Cultural Quarter. UOS x Harvey Nichols is a new venture between the luxury retailer and the university’s internationally recognised fashion design course, bringing a capsule collection of graduate outcomes to the retail floor for the first time. This public sector moving image archive serving the south-east of England is based at our Edward Street building.
Its function is to collect, preserve, research and provide access to screen material related to this region and of general relevance to the study of screen history. CINECITY is a partnership between the University of Brighton, the Duke of York’s Picturehouse and Screen Archive South East. It delivers a year-round programme of film and moving image events, screenings and exhibitions and presents the annual CINECITY The Brighton Film Festival.
Project wins funding to tackle depression through arts A pioneering project which uses the arts to tackle depression has been awarded new funding to scale up across the North West of… – A symposium exploring the relationship between art, design and health in our ever shifting world Open Eye Gallery and the University of Salford are partnering on their 3rd annual symposium together. Arts, Media and Communication Research The Arts, Media and Communications Centre bring research into arts, humanities and social sciences together. Head of Art Arts & Media School Islington, Islington We are looking for an ambitious Head of Art to join us from September 2022.