About the Course
Be in the Thick of the Action as a Media Professional
Gain the right balance of business knowledge and media skills in this course to jumpstart your career in the media industry. In our state-of-the art NYPTV Studio@D1 and Media Hub, you will be trained to use the latest equipment and software, learn how to produce engaging content for our own YouTube channel and publish your own student digital magazine.
You will also have opportunities to work on exciting, high-profile industry projects with our partners that include Fox Networks Group, Turner Network, Scripps Network and Mediacorp. Our students covered the Wimbledon Grand Slam tennis tournament in London, the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, the WTA Finals, the HSBC Women's Champions and also NDP 2017.
What You'll Study
Look forward to a dynamic and rewarding career in:
- Digital media production
- Film production
- Marketing communications
- Media buying
- Media marketing
- Media programming
- Public relations
- TV production
Graduates with good academic achievements may be accepted for degree courses with advanced standing by local and reputable overseas universities in United Kingdom, Australia and USA.
In November 2017, four DMMM students were awarded the first ever NYP Industry Scholarship thanks to our partner Fox Networks Group (FNG). Sumit Tiwari, Vinisha Haresh Mirpuri, Cara Oh and Mildred Chan became the first NYP-Fox Networks Group Scholarship recipients. This means they will complete their internship stints at FNG and will get to experience first-hand what makes the international broadcaster tick.
Our Diploma in Mass Media Management (DMMM) students stole the limelight at the Media Publishers Association Singapore (MPAS) Awards 2017 held on 26th September. They won the Student Project of the Year Gold Award for their digital publication “Catch”. The diploma also received a Special Citation Award for overall outstanding work in budding young talents for the future.
“Catch” is part of the Teaching Enterprise Project (TEP) facilitated by DMMM. TEP takes place in the third year of the diploma for an entire semester whereby students get to specialise in production, print and creative services management. Here is the link to "Catch": http://online-catch.squarespace.com
Two final-year DMMM students, Gladys Lim and Janna Khoo, travelled to the All-England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon, England, to cover the grandest of all Grand Slam tournaments. Thanks to our partner Fox Sports Asia, the students spent over a week in London to be part of the network's production of Wimbledon. They were invited to the exclusive pre-Wimbledon WTA Party and worked in the Fox Sports Asia studio alongside hosts Jason de la Pena, reporters Nikki Muller and Michelle Holland. They also got to rub shoulders with Wimbledon champs past and present such as Marion Bartoli, Richard Krajicek, Daniela Hantuchova amongst others. Their work was aired to millions across Asia on Fox Sports.
As part of their industry project, DMMM students produced two music videos for songs from an album released to salute the contribution of national servicemen. The two songs, one in English and another in Tamil, are part of the album commemorating 50 years of National Service NS50. The first music video features Nathan Hartono and Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen in the studio singing an original composition by Glen Wee titled “We Are the People.” The second video entitled “Stand Tall” written by Shabir, featured SAF Music & Drama Company (MDC) Dancers at several locations on the Nanyang Polytechnic campus. Mr. Loh Aik Khoon, Head of MDC said, “It was a great pleasure working with the DMMM students. They are clearly well trained and disciplined and demonstrate a keen readiness to be media practitioners.”
Well done DMMM students!
DMMM alumni Joshuah Lim, Alvin Lim and Wesley Lim (Class of 2015) clinched the top prize at the GV25 Film Shorts competition. They beat some 200 other contestants who were whittled down to eight and made pitches to the judges. The eight were then cut down to the final three who were given $2,000 to produce their movies. They were also mentored by renowned local film directors Boris Boo and Kelvin Tong. Joshuah, Alvin and Wesley then went on to win the top prize of $3,000 and their short film "Chiak" was also screened in all Golden Village cinemas islandwide for two weeks.
GV25 Film Shorts, is a filmmaking competition launched by Golden Village in celebration of their 25-Year Anniversary. It is designed to contribute to the cultivation of Singapore's contemporary film and cinematic culture.
Read the full article on The Straits Times here.