Programme Brief

Considering a career in Media and or Communications? After completing the Pearson BTEC (HND) in Creative Media Production, this top-up programme will give you the skills you need to let your voice be heard. Media professionals at home and abroad are vital in the distribution of relevant, accurate, researched and well package information; which keep the public informed, and even entertained based on content. This programme, delivered by our industry professional lecturers at SBCS, and awarded by the University of Greenwich, gives you the competitive advantage you need to leave your mark on the media landscape.

Why choose the BA (Hons) in Media and Communications?


  • Thirteen (13) months
  • Trincity

Successful completion of:

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To register for this programme, please visit any of our campuses for your entry qualifications to be verified.

You will be asked to produce either your original certificate, your completed student transcript or a completion letter, along with four (4) copies.

NB: An original transcript from the relevant examination body must be provided for validation and online registration with the University of Greenwich.

Your transcript should be sealed, addressed and forwarded to:

Centre for Media, Communication and Design
School of Business and Computer Science Ltd,
Corner Beaulieu Avenue and Trincity Boulevard,
Trinidad, West Indies.

If your entry qualifications meet the set requirements by the University of Greenwich, you are then required to complete the following forms:

  1. University of Greenwich Application Form (for application with the University)
    • At this point the Application fee will be due.
  2. SBCS Registration Form (for registration with SBCS)
  3. University of Greenwich Registration From (online – for registration with the University)

868 640 7090 ext. 1512 – 1516

Email: for more details.

Programme Intake

The BA (Hons) Media and Communications programme is offered exclusively at Trincity Campus on a part-time basis.

There are two intakes per academic year – May and September.

  • May intake:

Application period: October – April/May
Programme commences: May

  • September intake:

Application period: May – August/September
Programme commences: September

Download the September 2016 prospectus for additional intake information.


Duration Of Programme

The programme is divided into two (2) semesters and can be completed in thirteen (13) months.