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The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London


London’s College for Skills

Creative and Media

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Ever wanted to work in the media or gaming industry?

Our top of the range studios, editing suites and media facilities, will give you the opportunity to turn your creativity into reality, from video and music production to animation, games design and performing arts.

You’ll learn the technical skills needed to work in these exciting and fast-paced industries. Students have previously made films for North Middlesex University Hospital, Fitzrovia Youth in Action and London Irish Centre, and heard about the latest in game development from Hewlett Packard.

Our students have also had the opportunity to work in a real television studio at Sky, visit Warner Bros to see the technology behind the Harry Potter films and attend the EGX gaming exhibition.

Our Courses and Apprenticeships

The School of Creative and Media offers progression from Level 1 to Level 4. All our courses are taught with a variety of approaches in mind, designed to make your learning experience the best it can be.

We offer Courses in:

  • Media Production
  • Games Design
  • Animation

Top Facts for Creative and Media

  • Professional recording studios and editing suites equipped with industry standard software at Tottenham and Enfield.
  • We work with our partners SoundSkool and Chikenshed to nurture students’ talent for music and performing arts.
  • Visits to television and film studios and gaming exhibitions to gain practical experience, enhance learning and network with potential employers.
  • Tutors have been commended for their excellent subject knowledge and rapport with students.

What you could earn

Music Promotions Manager: Hourly Pay £21.67, Weekly Pay £650, Annual Pay £33,800
Computer Games Developer: Hourly Pay £21.67,Weekly Pay £650, Annual Pay £33,800
Animator: Hourly Pay £13.90, Weekly Pay £570, Annual Pay £29,640
Studio Sound Engineer: Hourly Pay £11.63, Weekly Pay £500, Annual Pay £26,000
Web Designer: Hourly Pay £15.13, Weekly Pay £590, Annual Pay £30,680

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Creative and Media Excellence Award Winner Seniz is a creative musical genius, obtaining Distinctions in every unit of her course. Seniz great accomplishments have led her to now study at...

Creative and Media Excellence Award Winner Jermaine has shown determination and commitment, always working to the best of his ability. He has a strong passion for photography and this shines through...

Creative and Media Excellence Award Winner Rahmel has achieved a well-deserved starred Double Distinction in his Music Level 3 course, which has earned him a place at the University of Westminster...

Carlos has had an extremely successful year that has enabled him to progress onto the HNC Games Development course. He is an actively engaged and dedicated learner, and his achievements...

Mitchell's ability to embrace new opportunities and excel within them demonstrates his aptitude to have an extremely successful career in media. He is now working in the media industry and...

Viktorija achieved so well on her Games and Animation Level 3 Extended programme, she progressed onto the Games and Animation Higher National Certificate (HNC) – which is equivalent to the...

On the course, Nathan produced his own music, performed his own single and excelled in all areas of the programme. He now performs in shows all over London, is progressing...

Currently completing his Animation Level 3, Kini won an award for his hard work and achievement throughout all is modules. As well as winning the Best Learner of the Year...

During her time at the College, Melda has worked on high profile projects for the College and external organisations, which have helped build her professional portfolio. These include the College's...

  Moving up from a Level 1, Sara excelled at her Level 2 course where she demonstrated genuine aptitude and the knowledge on which to base a future career. She is...

What are the levels?

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Mitchell Brice

I am now working in the media industry and have worked on the latest MIA music video. I am keen to take my career international, and am hoping to work on productions in Europe and the US.

Mitchell Brice Media Production Level 2 and 3

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Entry Level

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