Training in digital media can be your passport to an exciting and varied career. Every year, dozens of Highbury graduates go on to work in the media or progress to study further at top universities.

Former Highbury media students can be found everywhere in the industry, including the BBC, Global Media, ITV News, Sky, local radio and more. After you complete your programme at Highbury, employers know you are highly trained, motivated and prepared for the workplace.

During your study, you will be producing everything from TV programmes or short films to radio programmes, stop motion animation, film trailers, music videos, websites and social media content. It is an exciting and fun programme that will develop your skills in all areas of the media.

You will also have the chance to work on our very own online radio station JAMM Radio and with local radio station Express FM. That means you can combine your study with real, valuable work experience to ensure that you have all the skills that universities and employers demand.

We embed maths and English in all our lessons and depending on your current levels, you will have the chance to either improve your GCSE grades or gain valuable Functional Skills qualifications if required.

Creative Showcase

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See what our students have been up to...

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Virtual Creative Showcase 2020

Welcome to the Virtual Creative Showcase 2020...

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Rising Portsmouth pop star works with college students

Fast-rising Portsmouth pop star – and The News Guide Award Nominee – James Tattington, has been working with Highbury College students on a new video...

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Course set former digital media student up for dream career

Former digital media student harnesses digital skills to inspire the next generation of football players…

Doctor Who challenge

Highbury students celebrated the College’s 55th birthday with a Doctor Who media project. Level 3 creative media production students were challenged to design and produce the most creative Doctor Who trailer in the style of the original 1960s series.

Focus Productions won first place with its promotional video, Doctor Who – A New War: