Supercharge your story
This digital content degree course will instil in you the practical and theoretical knowledge of the industry, with a spotlight on factual content. You will gain key insights on the entire workflow – pre-production, production and post-production – while focusing on small and single-person crews.
The undergraduate programme will provide bespoke and contemporary knowledge delivered by a team of industry professionals, who will equip you with the essential skills to produce films to a high standard. The Digital Content Creation course will also offer professionally-recognised qualifications to help you plot your route into this evolving and fascinating industry.
The emphasis of the degree is based around location-based production, focusing on documentary and short-form content for TV and online platforms. Potential clients are diverse and wide-ranging – from a museum that requires installation videos to a TV production company making a series for a VOD channel, such as Netflix.
The key digital content skills that form the basis for the curriculum include: idea development and pitching, directing and camera skills, editing, business skills and the theory and context of factual documentary.
When you graduate with a BA (Hons) degree in Digital Content Creation, your career avenues may include: Shooting Producer/Director, Field Director, ‚Preditor’ (all-in- one film-maker who shoots, directs and edits) or Cameraperson, to name just a few.
You can’t learn in a vacuum. At Ravensbourne University London, industry connection is ingrained into everything we do. We will equip you for success in the creative and digital industries, ensuring you are truly industry ready upon graduation. Our tutors are respected academics and practitioners with substantial experience and industry links.
You will be part of a diverse community of creatives, working collaboratively to explore new professional practices. Ravensbourne have strong industry links with a range of high-profile companies, including: Apple, Barclays, the BBC, European Space Agency, Marks & Spencer, Museum of London, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Samsung and many more.