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Become an expert in how the cultural and creative industries operate, the ways in which media shapes our lives and how we, in turn, influence the media and creative sectors.

On our flexible Culture, Media & Creative Industries BA, students study a huge variety of topics – from film, music, games and immersive technologies to theatres, museums, heritage, contemporary art and more. With a strong focus on your professional development, studying this degree provides a springboard into careers right across the cultural sector. 

For more information on this exciting, original BA programme, please click on the link below, or visit our 'Aspects of Study' webpage.

The Culture, Media & Creative Industries BA is exactly the sort of degree I would have chosen! It is inherently interdisciplinary and gives you the kind of research, organisational and collaborative skills you will need to work in the constantly changing media/cultural sector. It also foregrounds important issues like diversity while giving students the opportunity to work on some very exciting live projects.

Dr Virginia Crisp, Lecturer in Culture, Media & Creative Industries

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We have relationships with over twenty creative career partners across all creative forms.

The only degree in the UK that combines culture, media and creative industries within one course.

A huge range and variety of optional modules available to students – from gaming to arts management.

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Aspects of study

Aspects of study

Special aspects of study for CMCI's new and exciting undergraduate BA programme

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