Image Credit (above): First Year Interview Skills with Springpack for their promotional video
Creative Crunch is the BA Hons Creative Media Digital Magazine, designed by a team of second year students, in collaboration with first and third year students, staff, alumni and industry.
Launched in May 2020, the magazine’s stories feature the work and life of current and past students, offering an insight into our Course community.
BA (Hons) Creative Media
Our multi-disciplinary digital media degree places a strong focus on employability, preparing students to enter the creative industries. Through a combination of industry briefs, expert guest speakers and the chance to work with specialist industry-experienced teaching staff, students learn how to design and create across a range of digital platforms.
The Course incorporates photography, video, motion graphics, visual effects, sound and web content as well as new and emerging technologies such as virtual reality and projection mapping.
Industry-standard facilities and software
We are based at the Digital Arts Centre on the St John’s Campus, Worcester, which has industry-standard facilities and software, including Mac suites and study areas, as well as state-of-the-art specialist studio spaces for the creation of video, photography, visual effects and sound.
Feedback has confirmed that employers highly value our multi-skilled creatives with the visual communication skills necessary to produce effective campaigns across all digital media for a variety of audiences.
100% student satisfaction in 2019
Through our industry links, we have achieved a very high graduate employability rate and we are proud of our Creative Media community, gaining 100% student satisfaction from 100% of our students, in the National Student Survey 2019.
For more information
For more information about BA Hons Creative Media or Creative Crunch, contact Helen Holmes, Course Leader, who is always happy to have a chat, whatever the stage of your studies or career. Or you can see more detail about the Course on the University of Worcester webpage.