Why Stoke on Trent College for Media, Games Design & Art and Design
Whether you’d love to develop the next global gaming success, become a successful media influencer, highly skilled graphic designer or be commissioned to deliver art installations, a course within Media, Games Design and Art & Design could be for you.
Find out more about our Media, Games Design & Art Design courses
You’ll develop your creative skills and explore opportunities to work in the growing creative industries. From the BBC and local ceramics businesses to gaming companies and links with Staffordshire University, our employer links will benefit your learning experience with guest talks, visits, work experience and taster opportunities along with lots of practical opportunities.
Our accredited games courses provide unique pathways into industry and Higher Education at Staffordshire University, one of the leading providers and researchers into gaming in the UK.
Life at SOTC │ Creative Industries
Meet Jessica Conde
Jessica Conde, former Media & Production student at Stoke on Trent College, successfully completed the course achieving a Distinction *!
Her phenomenal attitude and hard work have led to her pursuing her passion for media, radio and filming and will be continuing her educational journey at University.
Jessica made full use of outstanding state-of-the-art college equipment to put together a phenomenal end-of-year media production earning her the highest possible grade.
Media, Art and Design Facilities at Stoke On Trent College
You’ll benefit from learning in our purpose-built Creative Hub, with the technology, software, resources and equipment for you to be at the forefront of your industry. Learn to use the latest editing and developer software, mobile radio consoles or fully equipped media studio, 4 cameras, virtual reality software, art resources and other facilities.
Our experienced teaching, careers and student support teams will help you to make the most of your College experience and identify the right pathway to suit your goals and skills, whether that’s progression onto a higher level of study or into employment.
Creative Digital Academy
The new Academy offers a collaborative learning space for the development of digital skills including 3D Visualisation; Motion Capture; 3D Scanning; Coding and Software Engineering for learners in the Digital Arts and Engineering sectors ad advanced and higher levels.
From Games Production to the British Space Agency!
Dan recently completed his L3 Games Production course after his end-of-year project featured at the national UAL Creative Origins showcase, celebrating and highlighting student achievement throughout the UK.
On top of this, Dan secured a work placement with the British Space Agency and produced an outstanding piece of work titled, Life on Mars, leading to him being offered a University internship!