University of Stirling

Film and Media

University of Stirling
In Stirling

£11,845
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Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Stirling (Scotland)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Stirling (Scotland)
Description

Introduction:

We have been teaching and conducting research in film, media and journalism since 1978, and our combination of academic and practical work continues to make us one of Scotland’s top institutions in this field.
On the Film and Media degree you will learn the critical and theoretical skills required to study a range of topics within film, broadcasting, digital media, advertising and political communications. You may select modules devoted to audio and video productions and developing related skills in production, post-production, content development, pitching and research.
As well as our excellent teaching and research you will benefit from the Macrobert Arts Centre, our on-campus, multi-screen cinema and theatre. This excellent resource offers a variety of different opportunities throughout the year, including film and cultural festivals. Students also choose to contribute to campus television station and filmmaking group AirTV and to Air3 Radio.
This subject may be studied in combination with a number of other subjects - learn more.

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Where and when

Location

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Stirling
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University Of Stirling, FK9 4LA

Starts

On request

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· Requirements

Fees and costs Fees 2017/18 Overseas students (non-EU) £ 11,845.00 Scottish and EU students £ 1,820.00 Students from the rest of the UK £6,750 per year for a maximum of 4 years Fees 2018/19 Overseas students (non-EU) £ 12,140.00 Scottish and EU students £ 1,820.00 Students from the rest of the UK £9,250.00 From 2016/7 onwards, the fees for overseas undergraduates will be held at the level upon entry. Please note: Scottish and EU students can apply to the Students Award Agency for Scotland (SAAS) to have tuition fees paid by the Scottish government. Students from the rest of...

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What you'll learn on the course

Media
Teaching
Production
Cinema

Course programme

Delivery and assessment

Lectures, seminars, workshops, group projects and presentations all feature in learning and teaching provision, and industry practitioners frequently deliver elements of the course. Assessment is by means of examinations, essays, individual and group practical assignments, creative projects (some of which involve group practical assignments) and dissertations.


The Film and Media degree at Stirling gives students the chance to develop their skills within a supportive and stimulating environment. Staff teaching on the course include specialists in digital media and culture, documentary, transnational cinema, television drama, broadcast production, Scottish cinema, queer theory, feminist theory, and public relations. The course is also strengthened by regular input from our industry advisory board of professionals who offer a diverse range of experience and expertise.


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