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Media: Pro, students will have gained the skills and portfolio necessary for working in the world of business.”


Students awarded the DM Foundation Bursary will get 50% off the cost of their course fee (normally £8,000 for EU students). To apply for the Bursary, simply apply for Future Media: Pro online at www.FutureMedia. me by 17th July 2012. Eligible applicants will then be offered the chance to be interviewed for the bursary award.


Similar in structure and design to acclaimed, games development course Gamer Camp, Future Media: Pro actually recreates the experience of working full-time to industry briefs within a digital communications agency.


Taking place over a year in the University’s city centre training facility, NTI Birmingham, the postgraduate


course provides highly specialist postgraduate training for the next generation of Marketing Assistants/ Managers, Brand Strategists, Digital Designers, Content Producers, Web Analysts and Media Sales Executives.


“It was a logical next step for us to partner up with Future Media to expand our focus on talent nurturing and digital learning, says Tina Judic, Managing Director of Social Marketing Agency, FOUND. “Future Media ‘get’ digital, which makes it refreshing


and easy to work hand-in-hand with a partner who is striving to supply some of the best digital graduates in the UK.”


Prospective students can still apply for Future Media: Pro after the bursary application deadline of 17th July 2012.


More information, including eligibility criteria for the DM Foundation Bursaries, can be found at www.FutureMedia.me.


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