Studying Creative Digital Media and Gaming at Salford
So you’ve applied to study Creative Digital Media and Gaming, we've made you an offer, but you’re still deciding or have further questions?
We want to make sure you have all the information you need as you get ready to study at Salford. We hope the information below helps you in your decision making. If you have any further questions, simply get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 0161 295 4545.
Why should you study Creative Digital Media and Gaming at the University of Salford?
We're the only university to have a presence at MediaCityUK, one of the country's leading media and digital hubs.
Our graduates and alumni have secured placements and jobs at the BBC, ITV, Channel Four, Dock10 and more.
Our facilities include, among other things, several TV studios (which have previously been used by the BBC) and a number of industry-standard recording studios.
Computer suites and editing software for post-production, VFX and animation work
Media-specific library, equipped with film and media books to inspire you and help your learning
Technical equipment available to borrow for free, including laptops, cameras and recording devices
Listen or read our media student success stories
Are there any additional costs apart from course fees?
No, everything you need for your studies is provided. There are ample edit suites, cameras and equipment. Students may wish to purchase their own laptop and hard drive, but these are personal choices.
Will there be networking events and opportunities to meet employers during the course?
As many of our lectures continue to work on projects alongside teaching, we have a range of media industry relationships. This helps us to ensure that you’re learning relevant skills and are exposed to unrivalled opportunities.
We use these great relationships to give you access to media professionals. Whether that’s through introducing yourself to a guest speaker during a masterclass, attending the Royal Television Society events that take place at our MediaCityUK campus, or through our exclusive Nations and Regions: Media Futures events.
Plus, our courses are designed to allow and encourage you to undertake live briefs and placements, meaning you’ll be working on producing real work for real clients.
Will we get to work with the BBC and ITV?
Being located in MediaCityUK has its perks and we’re deeply proud of the strong working relationships we have with the BBC and ITV. This means you could get the opportunity to visit their studios, work on projects with them or help out when they sometimes use our studio facilities to produce programmes.
We also regularly have guest speakers from the media industry who often offer work experience or internships to our hardworking students.