The School of Creative Industries incorporates the cultural industries (including the galleries, libraries and museums (GLAM) sector) and the creative economy, bringing together arts, film, television, music, visual effects, performing arts, publishing, research and development, radio, journalism, public relations, games, software, and general artistic expression.
The creative industries create jobs and contribute to economic growth on a massive scale. They employ one per cent of the world’s working population – a staggering 29.5 million jobs globally. We are leveraging this boom, offering studies at the cutting-edge of creative thinking and drawing connections between creativity, the arts, technology, and business.
We offer you a wide range of study possibilities, including opportunities to gain real-world experience and develop strong industry connections before you graduate. This means that you will go out into the working world fully prepared with a network of contacts, practical industry experience, and (depending on your course of study) a portfolio of current work.