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Creative industries short courses – for media professionals

You work in the creative industries and need to develop new knowledge and skills at Masters level to enhance your employability and value to your company.

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‌Imagine having the freedom to gain new knowledge and skills, the flexibility to study when you want to and the confidence to set the pace. The security of knowing you’re supported by the expertise of an internationally-renowned university.

You chose your career. Now choose your future. We have brought our world-class reputation for creativity and innovation, our practicing professional academic staff and extensive research resources into partnership with Skillset to enable you to use these short courses to gain a postgraduate qualification

Tailor your programme of study to suit your specific personal and career needs, and stand out and succeed in a competitive field with higher-level skills and specialist knowledge – whether you want a postgraduate qualification, or select just one course.

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How it works

The courses are designed to work as:

  • Stand-alone enhancements to your professional CV and personal knowledge and expertise. No commitments for future modules are required – you can do as many or as few as you choose.
  • Building blocks to higher qualifications. Each course is worth a certain number of credits. If you choose to, you can build up your credits to achieve a postgraduate qualification:

For added flexibility, you can opt to take courses at any accredited institutions across the Skillset Media Academy Network , as long as one third of your credits are completed at the Academy that awards your qualification.

These short courses are delivered using the knowledge and experience of prominent industry experts within Goldsmiths' widely-respected, innovative departments:

If you are an employer and are interested in finding out how these courses could benefit your company you can find out more

Start in June 2014

The next course to run will be Online Journalism, starting on 20 June 2014.

For more information or to apply, please contact Libby Tuson on 020 7919 7083 or l.tuson@gold.ac.uk


Content last modified: 12 Feb 2014

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