Digital Campaigning and Content CreationQueen Margaret University, Edinburgh
排名: 75 (TCUG)
地點: Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
This new course responds to communications industry research showing that ‘digital’ is no longer an ‘add on’ and calls for both in-house professionals and agencies to change the way they work to accommodate their role as content creators.
In a world where nearly a million minutes of video are shared every second** we recognise the need for professionals to produce creative, engaging, and effective digital campaigns and content in order to stand out in a crowded digital landscape. This course will develop existing communications practitioners and prepare recent graduates to work and compete in the fast changing profession of digital campaigning and content creation.
**according to industry forecasts (CISCO 2016)
A UK honours degree or equivalent OR significant work experience.
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