Create, Film, Edit, Repeat. Do you want to craft the next Netflix original, develop the next major documentary, or create the next YouTube sensation? This dynamic and innovative degree allows you to immerse yourself in the craft of film production and imaginative theoretical concepts as you develop your own creative ideas. Through hands-on experience you will produce original content, delivering across multidisciplinary platforms mirroring real-world practices. Working with experienced industry professionals, production crews made up of your peers and other courses (SFX & Props, Performing Arts, Creative Writing) you will develop and produce the content you want to see, giving you the opportunity to enter regional, national, and international film competitions bringing your skills and ideas to the forefront of this fast paced and exciting industry. You will: • Network with industry professionals through the Screen Yorkshire Connected Campus programme. This gives you access to a range of boot camps, masterclasses, and special events, including visits to current sets and studios, industry workshops, visiting speakers and reviews of project pitches. • Collaborate on live projects with experienced industry professionals and your peers in this exciting and fast-moving industry. • Have the option to have your work entered into the prestigious Royal Television Society Awards as well as film festivals. With the North of England now becoming widely recognised as a hub for the creative media industries, we are uniquely placed with easy access to both Leeds and Manchester meaning you benefit from a range of industry links. If you want to be the next director, cinematographer, documentary filmmaker or you want to produce the next big budget streaming original, this is the course you need.
Developing your craft and knowledge of cinema through hands-on practical projects, screenings, discussions, and analysis. You will learn to create and craft original content through collaboration, making you an active professional in this fast paced and creative industry. Level 4 – Year 1 (Certificate Stage) In your first year, you will build a solid base of practical skills and theoretical knowledge, giving you a deeper understanding of the filmmaking process and its results. You will be given the opportunity to work alongside other student productions as members of the crew. Modules: Intro to Screen Production Studio Production Cinematic Skills and Postproduction Screen Analysis Production Practice Level 5 – Year 2 (Diploma Stage) In your second year, you will expand and test your skills and passion to a higher creative standard. Ensuring that you are developing a professional skillset, you’ll engage with cinema on a deeper critical level. You will have the opportunity to develop as department heads across short film productions. Modules: Screen Ideas and Research Object Based Media Production Skills Screen Concepts and Meaning Advanced Production Practice Postproduction and Distribution Level 6 – Year 3 (Honours Stage) At this level you are expected to be self-led and set your own defined projects. You will spend a significant amount of time developing, producing, and distributing a short film, working collaboratively across other departments readying you for industry in this fast-paced environment. Modules: Final Research Project Final Major Project Pre-Production Final Major Project Professional Practice
You will be assessed during the degree through a series of coursework-based projects and are assessed approximately every 8 weeks using industry standards. There are no formal exams, but just like in the industry you will be expected to meet deadlines!
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.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
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TEC Partnership recognises a wide range of entry qualifications as being equivalent to A’ level standard; if students hold a qualification not listed above, please contact TEC Partnership's admissions team on +44 (0) 1472 311222 ext. 434. International students must evidence they possess a satisfactory command of English language in terms of reading, writing, listening, and are expected to have achieved Level B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFR), as defined by UK Visas and Immigration.
Standard offer Applicants will require 80 UCAS points in a media related subject, or 60 Access-to-HE Credits (of which a minimum of 45 must be at Level 3). Applicants are required to hold English and Maths GCSE (or equivalent) at Grade C/4. A portfolio/body of work will be required to evidence an informed interest in and appreciation of the subject area. Non-standard offer Non-standard entry is intended to support students who may not meet the standard academic entry requirements of a HE programme, normally level 3 qualifications which attract UCAS points (for instance A-levels or BTEC level 3 courses). An applicant must be able to demonstrate recent work/experience in the relevant sector which would give them skills and knowledge comparable to applicants with Level 3 qualifications. All such non-standard applicants will be assessed through an interview assessing their overall interest in the subject matter as well as current academic skills, set an appropriate piece of work (an essay and practical task), a judgement is then made considering their academic potential and relevant experience and skills. For example, a person may not have a background in media, but have excellent problem solving and teamwork abilities and have a desire to change careers through training. In line with a strengths-based approach to widening participation, students without direct experience will be offered extra support from the Success Coaches, as well as the Academic Support Coach, and will also benefit from regular tutorials with the Programme Leader so that they feel they are fully supported during their educational journey. Accreditation of prior learning TEC Partnership encourages student transfers from other institutions. Applicants may be admitted with credit for prior certificated learning (APcL) or work/life experience or other uncertificated learning (APeL). Please refer to the HE21 Student Transfer and the Accreditation of Prior Learning.
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Fees and funding
|Channel Islands||£8500||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£8500||Year 1|
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University Centre Grimsby
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