No, the key things that you need to show is that you are actively creating content i.e. short films, write a blog, and just stand out by what you have achieved during your course, and that you managed to get relevant internships in the industry. Afterall you are about to enter what is a very competitive market. Do you have a portfolio of the films, etc that you have created? If looking at advertising then look at some of the short courses offered by Watford college (its renowned in advertising). When you apply / pitch yourself to a company create a short innovative video as part of your application - after all advertising is storytelling in approx 30 seconds.