Our state-of-the-art London studios, editing suites and media facilities will give you the opportunity to turn your creativity into reality, from video and music production to animation and games design.
At CONEL, you’ll learn the technical skills needed to work in these exciting and fast-paced industries. Our 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. We've also had students 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.
Future salaries could range from £37,648 for Web Design and Development Professionals to upward of £42,619 for Creative and Media Employees, Arts Officers and Producers & Directors.
Career options at a glance include:
We also run a range of free short courses to help you gain new skills and decide if studying in this area is for you.
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