Teaching on the programme takes place in lecture and seminar rooms equipped with Blu-Ray, DVD and high definition projection screens. The practical workshops are taught using the latest technology in our media labs equipped with the latest Apple Pro and Apple iMac computers with cinema screens running on the latest operating software and Adobe Creative Suite 6. Students can use open-access computer labs, equipped with Apple Mac Computers and PCs with full technical support. The University also offers a series of fully-equipped workspaces for students undertaking group and collaborative work. The Kimberlin Library has a full range of current historical media and communication literature in addition to a vibrant and extensive range of relevant academic journals. Students on creative media modules have full access to a range of facilities including editing suites, TV studios, digital/analogue radio studios, dark rooms, multi camera blue and green screen studios, video production labs - designed for high-definition (HD) video extraction, HD editing, CGI, DVD creation and mastering.
This is DMU’s social hub, housing a large food court, shops, the Lobby bar, De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU), performance studios and our chaplaincy.
There are also Conference Rooms, allowing us to host a variety of events from workshops, lectures, practical sessions and group work to exhibitions.
In March 2016 work started in the centre to create a state-of-the-art new home for DSU, making it more visible, offering more breakout space and giving better access to its key services.
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Want to find out where you would study and spend time?
We've got you covered, take a look at our Virtual Open Day to see the list of our campus buildings and student facilities.