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Media Production, UAL Extended Diploma
What will I do on this course?
This two-year course will help you discover and enhance your skills in a variety of different areas in the Media industry.
It provides the platform for you to further your opportunities to gain a career in the TV and film or media industry. You will learn all aspects of filmmaking, storytelling, journalism, video editing, scriptwriting and multi-camera events. You will also study what happens behind the scenes in the media industry and investigate theory relating to narrative, genre and audience.
You will have the opportunity to work directly with external media clients, providing valuable industry experience and you will complete pre-production paperwork to a standard expected of the media industry.
This course will develop your ability to write and research through coursework-based projects, whilst developing your core skills in teamwork, independent working and communication. As part of this course we will also develop your English and maths skills.
How will I be assessed?
You’ll be assessed through practical projects and written assignments.
What could I do after this course?
This course could lead to a successful career in media production. You could increase your skills with a Foundation Degree and subsequent BA (Hons) top-up at University Centre Weston.
You’ll need five GCSEs at grade 4/C and above (including English and Maths) and a successful interview.
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What Our Students Say
Austyn Harling, Media Production
“This course allowed me to be creative and have fun while learning”
Course: Media Production
What next? Austyn plans to specialise in an area of media production.