This course helps you to develop a range of radio and broadcasting skills including production, digital editing, presentation, research, interviewing, scripting, station operations and sound recording. It also raises awareness of vital industry theory and knowledge. Students work across a range of radio types and genres, including music and speech- based radio, news, sport, documentaries and commercials.
The primary focus of the course is on practical skills and making radio programmes. You can also produce and present regular programmes for the college radio station, City Radio, and the course may also provide opportunities to work with major professional radio stations. The course is taught by experienced lecturers with a range of expertise and professional experience in the creative industries, and also provides opportunities to connect with industry influencers.
Higher English plus 2 subjects at National 5; or NQ Media. Interview.
HND Creative Industries: Radio