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Course summary

Skillful editing is at the core of any successful television production, but with this master’s in Editing for TV, Film and Digital Media, you’ll be gaining much more than the ability to effectively edit visual material. If you’re looking for the opportunity to develop your narrative, technical and collaborative skills in the context of television production, this is the course for you. As part of this editing master’s degree, you’ll work collaboratively with your fellow students to gain the practical experience needed to launch a professional career in the media industry. Through a series of lectures, seminars and tutorials, you’ll gain hands-on experience in pitching your ideas to both academic staff and industry practitioners, developing your creative and critical skills through applied theory and practical work. And what better place to study? Not only will you have access to state-of-the-art facilities on campus, you’ll also be close to a whole host of reputable media organisations across the cities of Salford and Greater Manchester. What’s more, you’ll be learning from academic staff who are leaders in their field, as well as industry experts with a wealth of real-world experience. Find out more by signing up to an upcoming Open Day. You will:

  • Have access to our industry-standard TV production facilities as part of our MediaCity campus
  • Develop your post-production skills to a professional standard
  • Apply your knowledge to live briefs and industry placements
  • Graduate with a strong portfolio of work


Creative Development Projects, Media Theory and Practice, Collaborative Projects, Advanced Production Practices, Major Project: Practice Research Project, and Major Project: Dissertation. Please see our website to find out more about the modules we offer for this course.

Assessment method

Assessment depends on the module taken. They include: creative projects portfolios and productions; live briefs; critical reflections; presentations; essay. Please see our website for the assessment methods.

Entry requirements

To join this MA you should have a second class honours degree, 2:2 or above, with an appropriate amount of media production, technology and design experience. For the MA programmes in media production you will be required to submit a project proposal related to your chosen specialist field, to support your application.Please see our website for the full entry requirements.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Sponsorship information

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Editing for TV, Film and Digital Media at University of Salford - UCAS