Studying the media is intellectually challenging, with a thorough grounding in theory. It is a genuinely vocational subject and can involve students making their own films, writing their own press articles or scripts, producing their own radio shows, creating their own events, and so on.
At Glasgow Clyde College we have a fine tradition of producing excellent media students who go on to study the topic at universities throughout the country.
The media sector is a major employer in Scotland, and if you have the kind of inquisitive and creative mind crucial to working in the media then why not consider a course at Glasgow Clyde College?
As a journalism and media lecturer, my teaching subject is more interesting than ever before.
Glasgow Clyde College hosted a “Women in Media” event for female school pupils and students interested in careers in the media.
Media and Communications students at Glasgow Clyde College have taken part in a college competition to find the best PR campaigns