With this course, we aim to develop your media skills across a range of platforms, including photography, television, film and visual communications. This course will help you to understand the process of practical work, the theories that inform your work and the community of practice with which you will engage. You will have access to dedicated media spaces, edit suites and industry-focused radio, photography and television studios4.You will have access to industry-standard professional equipment via our Media Loan Shop*. Key Course Benefits If you have already completed two years of diploma study, this course offers the opportunity to ‘top up’ your qualifications to degree level. If you have already completed two years of diploma study, this course offers the opportunity to ‘top up’ your qualifications to degree level. This course aims to help you to understand the process of practical work, the theories that inform your work and the community of practice with which you will engage. You will have access to dedicated media spaces, edit suites and industry-focused radio, photography and television studios. You will have access to high-standard professional media equipment via our Media Loan Shop, including prosumer media equipment (i.e. 4K and HD video cameras, DSLR cameras, tripods, audio equipment, lighting – Canon, JVC, Sony)*. This is a third-year top-up course so you will have the opportunity to develop your existing skills, knowledge, and understanding in order to produce a professional portfolio that represents who you are as a creative media practitioner. You will produce a number of pieces of work and one final major project which brings these skills together, thus developing a portfolio of work that you can use when looking for work after graduation. In recent years our students have visited the Hong Kong Design Institute and worked with students there to create a pop-up degree show.Help applying for professional experience, placement opportunities (subject to availability, a competitive application process and additional costs) and live professional projects. Students have previously been placed at Regional BBC, Creative City, Rolls-Royce and BBC3. *See website for details
With this course, you will develop your media skills across a range of platforms, including photography, television, film and visual communications. This final year course involves working with your peers as well as individually, to build up your portfolio, and working to produce a final project. To work towards becoming an all-round practitioner, you’ll also learn how to manage creative projects. Upon successful completion, you will have the skills and demonstrative ability to succeed in the job market and real world environments – which is the fundamental aim of the course. Modules Media in Context - 20 credits Exploring Media Practice 1 – 20 credits Media Project Research and Development – 10 credits Academic English for the Arts – 10 credits Exploring Media Practice 2 – 20 credits The Major Media Project – 40 credits We regularly review our course content, to make it relevant and current for the benefit of our students. For these reasons, course modules may be updated. Before accepting any offers, please check the website for the most up to date course content. For full module details please check the course page on the Coventry University website.
How to apply
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Successful completion of 2 years appropriate academic study in Higher Education. All applications are considered on an individual basis and the whole application is reviewed which includes previous and predicted qualifications, experience, reference and your motivation to study the course.
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|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|
|Republic of Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
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