Nine out of ten of our students are in work or further study within six months of graduating. Our graduates find employment in a range of careers including journalism, publishing, TV and film production, government and charity/community media, marketing, public relations and education.
Further study is also an option for graduates with good degrees, and possible subjects include film studies, English, history, cultural studies, new media and communication studies. The practical side of the programme could lead to advanced training in disciplines like film-making or visual design.
Current media studies students gained experience working on the feature film ID2: Shadwell Army, which had a production base on our campus. Some of those students have gone on to make their own feature film, shot on location in Hull and London, with support from local businesses and other organisations.
As a graduate, you'll have continuing access to the University's Careers Service, with skills workshops, practice interviews, extensive information and advice – all tailored to helping you secure a career in your chosen field.