What kind of work will I do?
You can download examples of first-year work in the School of Media by clicking the slide below:
And never forget:
- A well-constructed presentation has as much academic impact as a beautifully-written essay: it’s the quality of the delivery that counts, not the format itself.
- A piece of work examining Fortnite or Mama Mia! Here We Go Again can be just as valid as one that studies postmodernist theory: it’s the way that you construct a robust argument that’s important.
- You come to uni to learn how to produce work of this quality. Don’t worry – we’re not expecting you to already be able to write essays at university level, or to pitch ideas with the confidence of an industry professional.
- All you need to bring is your interest and enthusiasm – once you arrive we’ll teach you how to take your own ideas and turn them into the highest-quality academic work.
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