This programme, written in collaboration with industry leading AV companies prepares you for employment upon graduation. You will study sound, visuals, mixed media, and key academic skills in order to directly address the needs of the sector. The programme combines creative and technical challenges, offering four primary career progression options: AV systems integration; Online and in-person events engineering (sound, light, video projection, camera operator, vision mixing, multimedia control); Site-specific AV technician (schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, etc); Audiovisual capture and post-production. Apply now and receive a £500 bursary (Years 1 & 2). Watch our short video to find out more about the programme: https://youtu.be/Hq9krG8M11A Head to page 16 of AV Technology Europe to hear programme leader Jack Laidlaw talk about the course.
What will I study? Modules offered may vary. Year 1 modules include: Live Events 1 Video 1 Audio 1 Integrated Systems 1 Virtual Events and Conferencing Professionalism and Communication Year 2 modules include: Live Events 2 Video 2 Audio 2 Integrated Systems 2 Professional Development Practical Research The programme has been developed in partnership with over 30 audiovisual businesses including the Tate Gallery, Visavvi, The National Gallery, AVIXA, Shure, The British Academy, Bloomberg, The AV Cultural Forum, and Wellcome Trust. First year modules introduce core concepts such as audio, video, integrated systems, and professionalism, as well as virtual events. Second year modules continue the core concepts and give you the opportunity to specialise with a practical research project module. You will learn how to plan and deliver live audiovisual events; edit, mix, and polish audiovisual content in post-production; and design integrated AV systems. The course modules cover a breadth of scenarios in the live audiovisual sector including permanent AV infrastructure, online events/conferencing, conventional music/theatre productions, and conferences.
You will be assessed through formative assessments to help develop your academic skills as well as several forms of summative assessment including a range of audiovisual media, written assignments, reports, and presentations.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£6900||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£6900||Year 1|