FutureSkills at MediaCityUK launch new 2018 entry course guide ahead of open day

15 March 2018

The new FutureSkills at MediaCityUK school leaver and university centre course guide has been launched.

Specialising in courses that create pathways into the creative and digital industries as well as business and professional services, the guide showcases the college’s incredible facilities, excellent teaching and learning and professional links.

Last year Theresa May described the technology industry as ‘a great British success story’ after a report revealed the sector was growing faster than the UK economy.*

With this growth comes jobs and opportunity, and FutureSkills at MediaCityUK provides quality and specialised training for those who desire to excel in this growing sector.

The college’s prime location right by MediaCityUK also provides unlimited opportunity for those budding media moguls in the area. The development of MediaCityUK is on-going, with more and more jobs being created every year. At FutureSkills, students are given access to all that MediaCityUK has to offer, from work experience placements, to guest speakers, trips and tours.

The close proximity to Manchester City Centre is also a huge advantage for students wanting to go on to work within the financial services industry. Manchester is home to some of the biggest companies in the UK, providing boundless opportunity, and the college boasts links with the likes of KPMG and Kelloggs. 

Whether a student wants to become a journalist, musician, accountant, TV producer, graphic designer, computer programmer, games designer or even a make-up artist for TV and film, they are in the best place possible at FutureSkills.

Kate Rogerson, Head of College, said: “We are really excited to be launching our new FutureSkills at MediaCity UK School Leaver and University Centre Guide. Our outstanding pass rates reflect our vision to ensure that students at FutureSkills are the best that they can be and we are really pleased that the prospectus has managed to capture not only our outstanding facilities but also our fantastically creative students in action.”

*The Telegraph

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