Media@Brunel is comprised of three subject areas:

Film and TV
Film and TV offers exciting and innovative undergraduate and postgraduate courses taught by a team of enthusiastic staff who have published widely on their subjects. We put a high priority on links between teaching and research, which means you’ll be taught directly by authorities in the field. You’ll also be able to benefit from our contacts with industry and have opportunities to gain work experience.

Games Design
We offer a pioneering suite of Games Design programmes devoted to the analysis and design of computer games. We have a dedicated Games Lab which provides a great place to play games of all formats old and new, and mix with staff and students investigating this exciting new academic topic.

Journalism at Brunel offers exciting degrees that address the current needs of industry through a rigorous grounding in the fundamentals – writing, reporting, sourcing and solid editorial judgement. We also equip every student with multi-platform skills to help you adapt to future developments in the field.

Working class wisdom reaches establishment

Working class wisdom reaches establishment

A unique theatre and film project, led by Brunel University London’s Professor Michael Wayne, gave voice to working class people’s experiences in Salford and Manchester. In doing so, and through performances and screenings, it challenged the widespread assumption that class is no longer relevant to today’s society. As part of the project, working class volunteers of all ages were introduced to Friedrich Engel’s book, The Conditions of the Working Class... read more

Page last updated: Wednesday 21 January 2015