Screen and Creative - Fife Tayside

Creative Arts

Creative Dundee

A city network to connect creative talent.

Digital & Technology

Digital Dundee

Dundee is the location of one of Europe’s most accomplished hubs for computer games and mobile digital content development.As export driven industries, games and application development along with other digital media combine to form a key sector for the city. This site is a hub for information, links for projects and information related to Dundee.

Training and Courses

Abertay University - Arts, Media and Computer Games

In the School of Arts, Media and Computer Games, we aim to educate our students to be the innovators and ground breakers in tomorrows computing and digital media-based industries. We offer a wide range of courses, from ethical hacking and games programming at the science and technology end, to narrative-based animation and digital media creation at the arts end. We have strong links with industry and major companies, and through those links we ensure that our courses are current and relevant. /

Dundee & Angus College - Advertising and Public Relations

Involving both independent study and group work, students will produce and present campaigns to real clients, develop a portfolio of work to demonstrate their skills and abilities and learn from industry practitioners on visits to agencies and media owners. Units include: Advertising; Public Relations; Media Analysis; Marketing; Media Sales; Marketing Research; Consumer Behaviour; Copywriting; Creative Industries.

Dundee & Angus College - Computer Arts and Design

Applicants to the HND Computer Art and Design apply to either the Digital Art (visual communication) based stream focusing on Illustration and Graphic Design or the Animation based stream. Both aim to develop critical awareness of contemporary practice and developing knowledge of Computer Art and Design contexts within industry. Please state within your personal statement when applying which is your preferred option.

Fife College - Creative Industries

At Fife College, we have courses and partnerships with schools, communities, organisations and business that help grow and sustain the social and economic wellbeing of Fife. Through collaborative working partnerships, we support Curriculum for Excellence, Lifelong Learning, STEM, STEAM, Digital Skills and other educational and career agendas - putting you at the centre of the experience. The Creative Economy requires new entrants that are multi-skilled and work-ready. We want to help you unlock your potential and drive your ambition to get a start in this exciting industry by turning your creativity and skills into valuable economic, social and personal success.

Perth College UHI - Art And Creative Technologies

Be inspired, think creatively, respond to change, be innovative, captivate, articulate, contemplate and motivate! If youre interested in design, fine arts, photography or media, studying here will open up a world of creativity and knowledge, enabling you to become part of a diverse community of students. The creative sector continues as an important contributor to the economy, so if you are imaginative, entrepreneurial and artistic you could be on your way to a successful career and have been recognised by the Scottish Government as a key growth sector.

Perth College UHI - Music and Music Business

With some of the most outstanding music industry programmes in the UK in one place, you can choose from an NQ Access to Music and Sound through to BA Honours in Popular Music or BA Honours in Music Business and Masters in Music. We aim to give you a comprehensive view of the music industry as a whole, from artist development to promoting gigs and music festivals. Our staff have worked with bands across many genres, including Arctic Monkeys, Enter Shikari, Futureheads and Frightened Rabbit.

Perth College UHI - Sound & Audio Engineering

Audio engineering is an exciting and expanding area of the creative industries and can provide careers in music production, live events, TV and radio broadcasting, advertising, video games and movies. Our courses have professional accreditation from major industry bodies ensuring that the skills you learn with us are the same ones used in industry.

University of Dundee - Film Studies

The MLitt in Film Studies will expand your appreciation of the medium in terms of its history, formal properties, and its relationships with other art forms. There is a particular focus on authorship and adaptation, as well as the transition from script to screen, drawing on an extensive collection of unpublished script material.

University of Dundee DJCAD - Animation and VFX

Animation students combine art and technology to express a story or visual effect. The course is perfect for those who want to work in the games industry, TV, film or in web design. You will study at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD), part of the University of Dundee.

University of Dundee DJCAD - Digital Interaction Design

Digital Interaction Design is all about being creative about how digital technology will affect our everyday lives. This doesn't just mean computers. Digital technology is almost everywhere - from mobile devices to intelligent clothing. You will study at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design (DJCAD), part of the University of Dundee.

University of St Andrews ICC

The Institute for Capitalising on Creativity (ICC) is a multi-disciplinary team of researchers and educators who apply their skills to the management challenges of one of the fastest growing economic sectors, the Creative Industries.

University of St. Andrews - Film Studies

In an increasingly media-saturated world, the study of film, in all its forms, holds a prominent place in our critical understanding of the modern world. Film Studies graduates benefit from a diverse array of career opportunities. These range from those that specifically relate to film – whether in academia, creative industries, film festival/ cinema programming or arts administration – to other spheres, such as publishing, journalism, public relations and education. A new discipline for the University, Film Studies at St. Andrews is among the most attractive subjects on offer. Noted for its outstanding level of student satisfaction at all levels of course instruction, Film Studies at St Andrews challenges students to develop their own interests within the discipline and provides a host of opportunities beyond the core syllabus. The course is open to those who have had no previous experience of learning about cinema as well as those who may have studied film and media subjects at school.