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Student Blog: My course in Creative Multimedia BA

Graduate student Young Bae tells us about her course, Creative Multimedia BA, which she studied in London.

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‘The London campus is located just across from the beautiful Green Park and is relatively small in size. This makes the study experience more personalised, especially because I am studying an art related course there are a lot of opportunities to learn and work more closely with the lecturers. The creative multimedia course involves graphic design including 3D and film study. Most of my lecturers ran studios or work in highly regarded professions. While I was studying, I witnessed some of my lecturers receiving awards from artistic bodies from time to time. Sometimes if you are lucky you are offered one to one customised tuition which gives you the opportunities to learn from the professionals first hand.


Because of the characteristics that design study has, our work was assessed on more of a project basis as opposed to an examination basis. We were also encouraged to write dissertations about the research of our future industry, which helps to broaden our knowledge about specific histories and the current skills that the media industry demands.


In my last semester I was in charge of creating a website, brand and graphic design for an existing architecture company of which one of my lecturers was acquainted. I was very excited about the opportunity and the knowledge I gained through this project strengthened my portfolio.


I did some digital paintings for one of my previous lecturers who is a filmmaker in a renowned organisation. Getting a job as a student with no industry experience is not easy and requires a lot of links and networking. In this ever-changing art industry, I believe that broadening the knowledge of real industry and getting hands on experiences as much as possible will finally help the students to find their dream jobs.'


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