With an estimated global cyber security skills gap of 1.8 million people by 2022, there has never been a better time to study and gain skills and knowledge for a career in the industry.
Students studying Computing and IT are taught in our newly refurbished £1 million Digital Skills Centre and not only have access to the very latest technological software, but are also taught cutting-edge computing and IT skills to ensure you can hit the ground running when you leave us. Whether you dream of being a developer, analyst or network architect, through progression to university or using the real-life briefs and experience gained for employment, you can be confident you will secure the knowledge you need for success.
Sociology objectively examines how societies change and what prompts these shifts. It also looks into various aspects of our lives: our work, our education, our relationships, and our identities, in addition to the media we consume and the things we buy.
Media Production is an industry focused-course drawing on core disciplines in TV production, film, audio production and digital media design. We have designed the course to equip you with the practical, creative and commercial skills needed to succeed in the creative media sector.
Our acting course is a practice-based course, equipping you with the interdisciplinary skillset required by a contemporary performer. Through core ‘Performance Skills’ and ‘Academic, Professional, Research and Employability Skills’ pathways, you will develop the foundations necessary to the autonomous, public-facing, and industry-engaged assessments later in the course.
The course is aimed at students who want to build an integrated approach to their practice. This photography degree has an industry focus, exploring the contemporary aspects of digital photographic technique, and providing a route into the digital and creative industries.
Are you interested in the problem of crime in contemporary societies? If so, our Criminology course may be for you.
As a Criminology student, you will investigate the nature of crime and criminality as well as studying societies response through the criminal justice system.
This core Digital Arts degree is an industry-driven three-year course providing routes into the digital and creative industries. This course is aimed at students with creative talents seeking to develop professional-standard skills to work in the creative and digital sectors.
At UCP you will learn from lecturers who are highly qualified and experienced in their fields. But great knowledge isn’t the only thing our staff can offer; they are also friendly, supportive and dedicated to helping you achieve your ambitions.