Media Students Storm into Industry

Our Media Production degree students are currently working on array of live projects with a range of not-for-profit organisation as part of their professional practice. These exciting experiences provide our students with the opportunity to put their skills into practice and gain a taste of their chosen industry, in preparation for their transition into employment.

The companies that our students are collaborating with include inHope and 1625 Independent People.

inHope Project:

inHope Are a nonprofit organisation who provide food, shelter, hope and support to people in Bristol who are experiencing homelessness. inHope Rely on volunteers and donations to be able to provide homeless people with the support and care that they need and therefore our students are creating a video for them to help promote the amazing work they do.  

If you would like to help inHope support more people, you can donate today using this link:  

1625 Independent People:

This year our final year Media Production students have been commissioned by 1625 Independent People to film, edit and produce a range of social and digital content that can be used on their website and social media platforms. The focus of this year’s brief is to create a Christmas advertising campaign and raise awareness about homelessness. 1625 Independent People support those who are already homeless and those at risk of homelessness, including young people who are rough sleeping, and those who are hidden homeless. 1625 Independent People provides support to help young people find and/or sustain their accommodation as well as providing safe and stable supported housing that is affordable and accessible.

“We are delighted that we can give our students these three-dimensional experiences that personally, socially, and professionally develop our students in a way that enables them to identify and respond to industry requirements.”
Jo Priest - Head of Student Experience

Frankie Mortifee
Digital Content Creator
Article last updated:
October 26, 2022
Article originally published :
October 26, 2022

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