Our specialist media facilities provide a professional environment in which to study for a great range of careers. You can become a journalist, a web designer, a radio broadcaster, a filmmaker, an events manager or a games developer – just some of the many exciting career options on offer.
Our students are continually producing creative work – they write and publish their own award-winning student magazine, make their own films and computer games and run their own radio station.
We have strong links with different media sectors, enabling us to offer a fantastic work-related experience within the industry. Our media programmes provide the knowledge, challenge and hands-on training needed to prepare you for employment or further study.
Past students have gone on to universities across the country – including Coventry, Manchester Met, Brighton and Norwich University of the Arts – to study marketing, event management, games technology, journalism, cinematography, digital film, visual art, animation and broadcasting. Students are also well equipped to go straight into the workplace.
In addition to your main qualification in Media, you will gain other skills within the college’s ‘Passport to Success’. Wider employability skills, English, Maths & IT, personal learning skills and social and community skills are highly valued by employers and will make you a more rounded, employable professional.
Great Reasons to choose Media at CRC
- Work directly with industry on commissions and client briefs
- All staff are practising film-makers, gamers & broadcasters
- Outstanding media facilities for industry-level experience
- Student magazine provides real journalism & print-based media experience
- Our fantastic student-run Gaming, Film & TV Production, Interactive Media & Events enterprises provide great experience and entrance to world expo events
What can you study at CRC?
|Entry||Entry Level 3 Certificate in Vocational Studies|
|Level 1||BTEC Certificate/Diploma Vocational Studies (Creative Media Production)|
|Level 2||UAL Diploma in Creative Media Production|
|Level 3||UAL Diploma/Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production (Games Development)|
UAL Diploma/Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production (Film & Television)
UAL Diploma/Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production (Journalism – Broadcast Radio & Digital Online pathways)
UAL Diploma/Extended Diploma in Events Management
Michael Warburton, 34
Lecturer in Computer Games Development
“As a student at Cambridge Regional College, I found people with whom I could share interests and feel like I belonged. My lecturers helped me build not only my specialist skills, but also build my confidence and who I am today! I owe them a lot, and I am still friends with them now.
As a tutor, my main love is being able to show learners they can do it! I work a lot with the students to help them find what makes them tick and understand their academic ability. We are all so different at learning new information, and it is vital to find everyone’s way.”
“I absolutely enjoy my course. I didn’t know anything about creating games when I started, but already I have released a game in my first year. The tutors are really cool. After my course I plan to go to uni to do a Degree in Games Programming.”
Sam Walsh - Level 3 Games Development
“I looked around and this was the best college for radio. All the tutors are really nice and it’s a really fun, fast paced, practical course. I enjoy presenting the most.”
Georgie Flanagan - Level 3 Broadcast Radio