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Course summary

Our course has been designed in conjunction with the thriving London post production sector to make sure you'll be working on the most relevant platforms. We'll introduce you to a number of roles across post, including grading and compositing. Teaching is delivered by industry specialists and emphasises professional collaboration in the context of digital film production. Subjects covered include working with digital cinema camera recording formats, colour grading and audio post production. We aim to produce job-ready graduates, capable in freelance work, enterprise, and new economic models for the creative industries. Why Editing and Post Production at LSBU? Work with industry leading software such as Media Composer, Nuke and DaVinci/Fusion. Students will have the opportunity to gain accreditation in Da Vinci and Media Composer.Regular guest lectures from professionals at all levels of the industry, including freelancer editors, colourists and compositors.Elephant Studios: Multi-million pound studio facilities at the forefront of digital technologies and multimedia practice for creative students.Students will be offered optional placements at post houses in London to help build up a network of contacts, which may lead to permanent roles.Joint 2nd in UK and 1st in London for career prospects in Film Production & Photography (Guardian University Guide, 2021).


Modules are taken in one year for full time study and over two years for part time study. They cover an array of topics, including the art of editing, visual effects and colour grading. Role of the editor (40 credits) Colour grading and finishing (20 credits) The art of editing (40 credits) Visual effects and compositing (20 credits) Editing and post production: Major project (60 credits)

How to apply

International applicants

You must have an English language qualification before starting a programme of study at London South Bank University. Acceptable qualifications include IELTS Level 6.5 or TOEFL 580.

Entry requirements

UK Honours degree (2:2 or higher) in a relevant subject; or Equivalent qualification; or Relevant work experience. Applicants should have some basic practical experience of editing and post production and are required to supply a link to online samples of their film and video work when applying.

Fees and funding

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Editing and Post Production (EPP) at London South Bank University - UCAS