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BA (Hons) Media

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full time, sandwich year (optional)

Sheffield Hallam University 1 location: City Campus

See this course at the Sheffield Hallam University website

  • £16,000

    Average salary six months after the course

    Data from 15 students.

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    Typical salary range: £14,000.00 - £17,000.00

    Half of the salaries earned by people finishing the course are in this range.

    Average salary across the UK after taking a similar course

    £15,000.00 after six months (salary range: £13,000.00 - £18,000.00)

    £20,000.00 after 40 months (salary range: £17,000.00 - £23,000.00)

  • 90%

    Go on to work and/or study

    Data from 35 students.

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    This is what students are doing six months after finishing the course.

    Chart labels explained

    Now working: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were in work six months after finishing the course.

    Doing further study: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were undertaking further study six months after finishing the course.

    Studying and working: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were working and studying six months after finishing the course.

    Unemployed: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and had not provided us with employment information

    Other: Percentage of those who had completed their studies and were not working or studying for various reasons.

    Preparation for future employment: Sheffield Hallam University

  • Employment six months after the course

    Data from 25 students.

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    Chart labels explained

    In a professional or managerial job: Percentage of those employed who are in a professional or managerial job after finishing the course.

    Not in a professional or managerial job: Percentage of those employed who are not in a professional or managerial job after finishing the course.

    In an unknown job type: Percentage of those employed after finishing the course but employment type is not known.

  • Most common jobs

    Common jobs are determined using a standard mapping of all jobs to 51 broad job types.

    Data from 25 students.

    Source: Destinations of leavers from HE record

    These are the most common job types students do six months after finishing the course.

    Job %
    Business and public service associate professionals 30%
    Administrative occupations 15%
    Managers, directors and senior officials 10%
    Artistic, literary and media occupations 10%
    Sales occupations 10%
    Elementary occupations 10%
    Childcare and related personal services 10%
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