United Kingdom, London

Online Entertainment Management

when 17 June 2017 - 8 July 2017
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 10 ECTS
fee GBP 1515

There is an increase in the use of online entertainment content in the entertainment industry (for example, YouTube, BBC iPlayer, iTunes etc.). This module investigates why there is an increase of online entertainment content, how online content is changing the business environment of the entertainment industry and how organizations in other industries can use this technology to gain competitive advantage. The module provides a lively and entertaining look at this exciting area.

Target group

Students with an IELTS score of 6.0 or higher
Minimum age: 18

Course aim

This module aims to provide a student with:
An understanding of the online content provided by the entertainment industry;
An understanding about why the entertainment industry is using online content;
An understanding of how the entertainment industry monitors and controls its online content;
Skills to analyse the benefits and disadvantages of using online content as a communication and distribution channel for the entertainment industry.

Credits info

Each Summer School module is worth 20 UK credits (10 ECTS).
Official Transcripts are provided at the end of the course.

Fee info

GBP 1515: Tuition Fee per session
GBP 0: At the time of application, students have the opportunity to select from accommodation at two of the University of Westminster's centrally located Halls of Residence, as well as joining a comprehensive Social Programme including evening events in London, and weekend trips throughout the UK.
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