|Location||United Kingdom, Winchester|
|Type||Bachelor courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||3 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
IELTS: 6.0 overall with 6.0 in Writing
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
Students gain the knowledge, understanding and skills to reflect on their work in the media, and to identify and respond in a reasoned, positive and reflective manner to initiatives and challenges in the sector.
One key aspect of a career in the media is the continuous state of technological development. Accordingly, while training in particular technologies is part of the degree, an ethos across the programme is for students to develop a strategic approach to their career pathway and personal development so as to prepare themselves for a working life of continuous professional development.
Students work towards specific projects in Year 1 to ensure an understanding of practical media production methods and their theoretical underpinning. Camera, lighting and sound production and its ever changing technology are explored, as are TV research methods. Year 2 allows students to begin to specialise and explore creativity within production groups; modules examine different media forms as well as TV studio, drama and documentary production.
The Multimedia Project reflects the convergence of technologies found in the contemporary industry by asking students to create a project of their choice in one medium and produce supporting, promotional material in two other media. Students learn how to produce drama and documentary, culminating in a public film festival at the end of Year 2. Year 3 allows for more individual student-led learning while pushing creative boundaries within modules such as Time and Space, aimed at art-based commercials.
Theory and Practice 1 and 2
Media Skills 1 and 2
Image 1 and 2
Research 1 and 2
Multimedia Project (Documentary) 1 and 2
Drama Production 1 and 2
Masterclass 1 and 2
Researching the Pitch
Television Studio Production
Business of the Media