University involved in Innovation Engine project
Last week over a dozen enthusiastic final-year Forensic Computing undergraduates gathered outside Millennium ...
Young Innovator Prize 2017
Planning to study a Digital Technology undergraduate course with us? You could have the cost of your tuition fees covered in full. Register your interest, apply for a September 2017 start and you could be successful.
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If you're interested in a high-performing career in a media or multimedia environment, taking part in cutting-edge research or taking advantage of close ties with industry, you've come to the right place.
When you join, you'll be entering a learning environment that has gained national recognition and a community of students and expert staff.
Brand new course
Designed with the BBC Academy and approved by the BBC Engineering Apprenticeship Steering Board, this course addresses technologies in TV and radio broadcast processes including audio and video content capture, production processes and distribution.
As one of our students you'll have access to industry standard tools, software and studios.
Four fully digital, interconnected TV studios, along with Studio B (the ‘green screen’) and fully broadcast-standard edit and dubbing suites.
Industry standard applications and tools, including Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, MatLab, Pro logic, Apple Final Cut Pro.
We are a leading academy for CISCO Systems and have great educational resources. Cisco has invested over $1 million of equipment at the University.
Our newly-refurbished, flagship Sound Factory studio includes an Audient 4816 recording console and speaker systems such as PMC and ProAC monitoring.