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Canterbury Christ Church University College (Department of Media)




Canterbury Christ Church University is renowned for academic excellence, a warm welcoming atmosphere and community spirit. This is a modern, friendly university with a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and other programmes.

The Department of Media is a respected academic centre, located in the heart of Canterbury, offering a stimulating environment in which to study a wide range of different media. In our various forms, we have a long history, and were one of the first departments in the country to offer specific media courses. We have been located in Canterbury since 1980, but were established in the early 1970s. We have an international reputation, with links to institutions in Japan and elsewhere.

The Department of Media has a long history, during which time its reputation has grown. From its humble beginnings at Canterbury with its first cohort of students on the Film, Radio and Television Studies degree (or the Radio, Film and Television Studies degree as it was then known), it has increased in size and strength and now offers a number of degree programmes. It has a terrific reputation that goes beyond the confines of the UK, and was given an excellent rating at the last QAA inspection.

The Department is housed in a special building featuring a large film and television studio, known as The Powell Studio. It is named after one of Canterbury’s most famous filmmakers, Michael Powell, and has a high quality control room, lighting rig, scenery store, and preparation areas.

In addition, there are dedicated sound studios for radio and other work, film and video editing rooms, a dedicated space for animation, a film and video dubbing studio, and a number of digital media suites, as well as a 200 seat computer-controlled theatre with film and video projection, technical areas, general teaching rooms, offices, and a BBC Radio Studio.

All rooms and studios have sound, video and computer links, so it is possible to send and record information throughout the building and beyond.



School name:Canterbury Christ Church University CollegeDepartment of Media
Address:North Holmes Road
Zip & city:CT1 1QU England
Phone:+44 (0) 12 2776 7700
Web:http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/arts-humanities/media/
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Canterbury Christ Church University is renowned for academic excellence, a warm welcoming atmosphere and community spirit. This is a modern, friendly university with a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and other programmes.

The Department of Media is a respected academic centre, located in the heart of Canterbury, offering a stimulating environment in which to study a wide range of different media. In our various forms, we have a long history, and were one of the first departments in the country to offer specific media courses. We have been located in Canterbury since 1980, but were established in the early 1970s. We have an international reputation, with links to institutions in Japan and elsewhere.

The Department of Media has a long history, during which time its reputation has grown. From its humble beginnings at Canterbury with its first cohort of students on the Film, Radio and Television Studies degree (or the Radio, Film and Television Studies degree as it was then known), it has increased in size and strength and now offers a number of degree programmes. It has a terrific reputation that goes beyond the confines of the UK, and was given an excellent rating at the last QAA inspection.

The Department is housed in a special building featuring a large film and television studio, known as The Powell Studio. It is named after one of Canterbury’s most famous filmmakers, Michael Powell, and has a high quality control room, lighting rig, scenery store, and preparation areas.

In addition, there are dedicated sound studios for radio and other work, film and video editing rooms, a dedicated space for animation, a film and video dubbing studio, and a number of digital media suites, as well as a 200 seat computer-controlled theatre with film and video projection, technical areas, general teaching rooms, offices, and a BBC Radio Studio.

All rooms and studios have sound, video and computer links, so it is possible to send and record information throughout the building and beyond.



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