Film and Moving Image Production with Diploma in Creative Professional Development at Norwich University of the Arts - UCAS

Course summary

OVERVIEW Creative storytelling is the core of the BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production, around which a multi-disciplinary student experience revolves. Story offers a catalyst for social and political change; the stories we tell about the world and the possible worlds we create are best placed to explore the human condition and its impact on how we think, act and conceive of ourselves. KEY FEATURES

  • Develop your storytelling skills and your fundamental creative craft skills such as producing, script development, direction, cinematography, sound design and editing
  • Learn industry standard approaches to the filmmaking process including pre-production, production and post-production
  • Work in production teams on a range of practical projects including visual narrative, drama adaptation, sound design and production design
  • Reflect on the impact of your creative, technical, and practical decision making on your production, its audience and relationship to wider contemporary debates
  • Rigorously test ideas and concepts, take creative risks and experiment with text, image, sound and narrative structures as you develop creative solutions to project briefs
  • Explore your own creative practice and learn other methodologies in order to place your work in a wider critical context
  • Gain in-depth knowledge of legal, moral and ethical standards as they impact production
  • Undertake essential training via BAFTA albert in climate science and sustainable production
  • Evaluate your learning, skills acquisition and creative production and use your reflection to plan further learning and development as you progress through the course
DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT The Diploma in Creative Professional Development offers undergraduate students the chance to spend a year between Year 2 and 3 of their course exploring their employability options through a structured programme of input sessions and work-based learning. The aim of the course is to provide you with an opportunity to gain industry insight, develop your employability skills through a series of supported experiences, expand your network and build your confidence in the workplace. YOUR FUTURE The final year provides opportunities to write, produce and/or direct an original short film and submit it for selection for a special industry screening. The course is ScreenSkills Select accredited, ensuring the curriculum offers a rigorous grounding not only for entry into, but to rapidly progress your career in the Film, High End Television (HETV) and commercial creative industries. Learning in an environment designed to reflect contemporary industry practices will foster a detailed awareness of the opportunities the skills, knowledge and experience the contemporary industries need. OUR STUDENTS’ WORK Explore our online Graduate Showcase – celebrating the very best Norwich University of the Arts graduate work. Scroll each reel to explore at


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Assessment method

The University assesses you through the coursework you produce as you complete each unit. Each unit will require you to present a portfolio of work which may include finished pieces of work, written work, your research, and a reflective journal which allows you to evaluate your learning and highlight your strengths and areas for further development. You can find out more information about our assessment methods at

How to apply

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1
  • Year 2

Entry requirements for advanced entry (i.e. into Year 2 and beyond)

For Year 2 entry you will need 120 credits at Level 4 from a similar course, or equivalent experience.

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

Norwich welcomes applicants of all ages from all backgrounds. Your application will be primarily assessed through your portfolio, responses to questions asked and personal statement, so even if you have no formal qualifications or do not meet our typical offers it can still be worth applying. If you are studying at the time of your application and your application is successful it is likely that you will receive a conditional offer. If the qualification that you are studying is not shown, do not worry as we are able to accept other pre-entry qualifications as well as combinations of different qualifications.

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Additional entry requirements


Once you have applied to BA (Hons) Film and Moving Image Production with Diploma in Creative Professional Development at Norwich, we will ask you to prepare a portfolio. This will be used to assess your suitability for the course. Your portfolio should clearly demonstrate your passion for the subject and your individual creativity. For more information please visit our website at

Student Outcomes

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Employment after 15 months (Most common jobs)
Go onto work and study

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £18000 Year 1
England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
Channel Islands £9250 Year 1
Republic of Ireland £9250 Year 1
International £18000 Year 1

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Film and Moving Image Production with Diploma in Creative Professional Development at Norwich University of the Arts - UCAS