GCSE Media Studies
Why do we teach this course?
The media landscape is wide and varied. Increasingly, companies need to have a strong media presence to advertise products and services, and the number of jobs in this area is increasing significantly. The Media Studies course will support you to use your English Language skills to analyse and create inspirational content. The skills you learn will help you to analyse your ideas in Design and Engineering and to improve your confidence with presenting both digitally and to customers and clients.
Why I should study Media Studies?
Companies are increasingly looking for well rounded employees who are able to confidently present and discuss their ideas with colleagues and clients. The Media Studies course at BMAT STEM supports students to develop their creative, analytical, research, and communication skills, through exploring a range of media forms and perspectives.
What does the course involve?
The Media Studies GCSE course is divided into three units:
|Media one||Language and representation in media industries and with a range of audiences|
|Media two||Analysis of case studies including film, television, newspapers and online|
|Media project||Creating a media project|
You will have the opportunity to study a range of key topics in the industry including advertising and marketing considering audiences from radio, music, magazines and newspapers, online media, video games and the film industry.
You will also have the opportunity to link your study to the products and applications you have worked on in your other GCSE option course and apply the skills you have learnt in your English courses.
- Advertising executive
- Product designer
- Games Designer
AS/A/BTEC L3 Level Media Studies, or any subjects within the creative and business spectrum including 3D Design and Economics.