Media and multimedia students at the college can look forward to a range of opportunities including access to the Visual Art and Design Centre, working on live project briefs from a number of top companies (past ones have included JCB and Arsenal FC). You will also have the chance to showcase your work throughout the year.
Courses available at the college range from Level 1 to Level 3. Some higher-level courses are offered through Vision University Centre.
Boots, Yamaha, McDonald’s…working with big-name clients at Linney Group has opened up great opportunities for digital designer Gabriel Johnson.
From studying at West Notts to working for one of the largest design companies in the UK, Gabriel shares the positives of working in a company with creativity at its heart.
You could find yourself working in radio, TV and film, print or in the growing digital sector. Job roles can vary including broadcaster, director, editor, presenter or web designer – the options are endless.
You can choose to start your own production company or work for an established agency. Many people also choose to work freelance alongside their professional roles – to keep their skills up-to-date.
The media and multimedia industries are creative and diverse – no two days will be the same, and you’ll need to adapt quickly to new projects and environments. Good communication skills are a must, as you’ll meet and work with a variety of people.
Once qualified, your skills will be desirable across the globe, as the demand for media and digital technology grows – but you’ll have to keep ahead of the game. With the ever-changing technology, comes a need for new technical skills!
At West Notts, you’ll study in Create – our specialist hub for media and multimedia. You’ll have access to the facilities available in industry including HD cameras, editing suites, Mac computers, and more.