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[[[LIVE HD==]][[] Online: Clyde - Stirling University Live Stream 16/08/2023






Please have your ticket ready for scanning before entering the turnstile. Seating Arrangements: Clyde supporters will be seated in Sections F – J of the Main Stand. Away supporters will be seated in Sections A – D of the Main Stand. Live Stream: The match will be streamed live, with stream access available to be purchased through the Ticket Store, priced at £10 plus streaming fee (£0. 53).


The stream can be viewed worldwide, including in the UK. Live Stream Season Passes are NOT valid. Fanzone: The Fanzone will be open for both sets of supporters. Access can be gained by entering through the Main Doors. The area includes a pool table, a free kids arcade area and multiple TVs showing live sport. A range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as teas, coffees and hot food are available.


Clyde - Stirling University 16.08.2023


45pm. If the match ends in a draw after 90 minutes, a penalty shoot-out will take place to determine the winner. Tickets: Tickets are available to purchase in advance from the Ticket Store or from the TicketCo Wallet App, priced at £10 over-18s/£5 under-18s. Tickets will also be available to purchase from the Clyde Office (to the left of the Main Doors) but supporters are strongly encouraged to purchase online in advance to avoid queues. Clyde fans should note that Season Passes are NOT valid for this match. Stadium Entry: Both sets of supporters can enter via the Main Door and into the Fanzone. Clyde supporters can also enter via turnstile 1 on the right (south-west corner) of the Main Stand.


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Preview: Clyde v University of StirlingThe Bully Wee are back in action tomorrow evening with University of Stirling providing the opposition in the second round of the SPFL Trust Trophy. Tickets are on sale from the Ticket Store priced at £10 for over-18s and £5 for under-18s. Season Passes are NOT valid.


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What will I learn? The course teaches you how to analyse film, introduces you to the skills needed for working in TV and radio, trains you to research, create and present in a radio studio, and gives you the opportunity to manage and take responsibility for a live media and communications project such as the Scottish Student Journalism Awards. Course contents: Advertising Public relations Digital video production and editing Writing for the media TV planning and production Pop music Photography Journalism Oral presentation skills Film theory Editing and proofreading Radio production and presenting Media law Planning and running campaigns for real clients Research skills.


Students grow in confidence, maturity and self-belief as they immerse themselves in individual and group projects. Working to deadlines builds great teamwork talents and enhances time management skills. Working in the media can be fun but hard work, and this course prepares you for anything you might experience in a real media setting. Hear from alumni Rhona who is now working at BBC Scotland. Hear from current student Molly Sheppard. Hear from current student Erin. Entry requirements (minimum) One Higher, preferably English or Media Studies at C or above Portfolio of written work may be requested at interview An interview is part of the selection process Relevant experience may also be considered For those holding a relevant HNC, it may be possible to access Year 2 of the HND.


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Getting Here: Click here for details of how to get to New Douglas Park by car, bus or train. Car Parking: There will be no parking available at the stadium. There is ample free car parking available a very short walk from the stadium at the Morrisons underground car park next door or at the SLC car park on Caird Street. Club Shop: The Club Shop will be open in the Fanzone from 6. 45pm onwards.


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HND Media And Communications | Glasgow Clyde CollegeLocation Cardonald Campus SCQF Level 8 Start Date 28 Aug 2023 Qualification Type HND Course Type Full-Time Duration 2 Years (August to June) HND Media and Communications course is a stimulating, enjoyable and popular contemporary course which investigates all the latest developments in the world of media. You will learn about film, television, radio, journalism, and broadcasting, including finding out how advertising agencies work, learning how to organise and manage events, and you'll become one of the few people who really know what public relations amount to. You will also be involved in practical projects where you will work in small production teams to create PR campaigns, promotional materials, produce short films, create music videos, present and produce radio shows, make magazines and develop your own media projects through your Graded Unit work.


Please contact the Faculty directly. Foundation Apprenticeship in Creative and Digital Media If you do not meet the entry criteria for your chosen course, you may be offered an alternative course in the same subject area. Entry requirement equivalency table Employer and industry links We work closely with employers in the Glasgow area to provide real-life experience and hands-on projects for the students to work on. You could be putting together a public relations campaign for a local restaurant one day, creating a raising awareness event for a national charity the next and working on the production team for a short film project in between. You will receive talks and visits from industry professionals from journalism, television, advertising, events, marketing, film, and so on. Recently we have been working closely with the Big Issue, BBC, Herald and Times Group, The Daily Record, The Sun, various charities (eg: CHAS, Teenage Cancer Trust, Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis Centre, Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice), Fair Trade Forum Scotland, Frame PR, and many others.


Articulation Routes Glasgow Caledonian University – BA/BA (Hons) Media and Communication 3rd Year University of Stirling – BA/BA (Hons) Film and Media 3rd Year Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh BA/BA (Hons) Film and Media 3rd Year BA/ BA (Hons) Media and Communications 3rd Year BA/BA (Hons) Public Relations and Marketing Communications 3rd Year Edinburgh Napier University – BA/BA (Hons) PR and Media 3rd Year Jobs and further study Media and Communication at Glasgow Caledonian University Media courses at University of Stirling BA Broadcast Productions at University of the West of Scotland Film-making & Screen-writing at University of the West of Scotland Communication, Advertising and PR at Edinburgh Napier University Media at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh Film and Media at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh PR and Media at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh PR and Media at Napier University, Edinburgh University of Glasgow, Film and TV Employment in the communication and media industry.


The match will also be live streamed world wide for £10 plus £0. 53 admin fee. It’ll be the first ever meeting between the clubs. The Uni were a founding member of the Lowland League and achieved a fourth placed finish last season, behind champions The Spartans and the Old Firm B sides. MATCHDAY INFORMATION Kick-off: 7.


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