Why study Media & Photography with us?

Free camera up to the value of £550

Great news! Students who join us in September 2021 on a Media or Photography course will receive a free camera to help them with their studies. (Full time students only. Learner Support Fund eligibility criteria applies – enquire at enrolment.)

Photography, Film, Media, Graphics, Podcasting, Animation, even Drone Technology – our Media courses cover a wide range of disciplines, allowing you to specialise in the areas you love most. Hear from our tutors in the video below or select an immersive virtual tour of our facilities to find out more.

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Apply or find out more
If you’re ready to apply now, choose your course below and apply directly from the course page. Need to know more? Book a call with one of our friendly admissions staff, who can answer your questions and guide you through the application process.

Our media and photography courses are delivered at our Digbeth campus, a creative hub in the heart of the city centre, and Bournville College which boasts modern facilities and architecture.

This map gives you an overview of progression opportunities that our courses in Media can lead on to.

This map gives you an overview of progression opportunities that our courses in Photography can lead on to.

Why study Media & Photography with us?

  • We have outstanding facilities to enhance your learning
  • Our experienced tutors and visiting practitioners will help you to realise your full potential
  • You will have opportunities to work on live projects, for real clients, giving you excellent industry experience
  • We have links with many external organisations who provide a range of production opportunities to build your skill set

Your future in Media & Photography

We are dedicated to developing your professionalism to prepare you for a university level course or employment. Our courses are perfect if you want a career in broadcast, media production or photography.