University of Glasgow

Film & Television Studies

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University of Glasgow
In Glasgow

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Glasgow (Scotland)
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Glasgow (Scotland)
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    Different dates available
Description


The city of Glasgow is a major centre for film and television production, and practitioners and policy makers from the creative industries visit the University regularly.

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University Avenue, G12 8QQ, Glasgow, Scotland
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Glasgow
University Avenue, G12 8QQ, Glasgow, Scotland
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· Requirements

Academic entry requirements
for entry in 2017

A-levels

  • Standard academic entry requirements: AAB.
  • Minimum academic entry requirements: BBB.
  • Other mandatory requirements: Must include at least one arts, humanities or language subject. Applicants wishing to study Mathematics or Computing Science as part of their degree will require A-level Maths at Grades A or B.

Highers

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Lucy
5.0 26/05/2019
About the course: I think the experience here made me a better person. I am more knowledgeable in my field and I am enjoying every minute of it
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Jennifer Young
4.5 24/05/2019
About the course: The university was amazing so far. I have enjoyed my learning and social part. I have made many friends and it is a great place to live
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Elena
3.5 23/05/2019
About the course: I had a positive experience at the University and though there were few things that needed to improve, I enjoyed my time at this place and it was all good.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Ryan
4.0 23/05/2019
About the course: It was so different and so good. I have met many lifelong friends and I am so thankful to the university.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

University
Cinema
Television Production
Production
IT
Film and Television
Media

Course programme

Years 1 and 2 provide a theoretical, critical and historical grounding. At Honours you will have the opportunity to combine core and optional courses involving more specialist study via these approaches, and to explore the role of practical work in enhancing understanding of both media.

Year 1

You will take two courses, which introduce techniques of film and television analysis, offer perspectives on film and television history, and examine the changing structures of cinema and television as industries:

  • Looking, listening, reading
  • Key moments in the development of film and television
Year 2

You will extend this study with more detailed consideration of key theoretical concepts and historical methods, studying film and television alongside one another in two courses:

  • Spectatorship, audiences and identities
  • History, aesthetics and genre

You will also study other subjects in years 1 and 2: see Degrees in Arts, Life Sciences, Science and Social Sciences.

Years 3 and 4

If you progress to Honours (years 3 and 4) your studies will consist of a combination of compulsory core courses (Film analysis, Television analysis, Media and cultural policy) and specialist options. These will typically include courses devoted to:

  • particular periods and places (eg contemporary television drama, postwar Japanese cinema, Scottish film and television)
  • genres (eg animation, amateur cinema, documentary film and television)
  • theory and practice of film and television (eg digital media, television production, audiovisual team project, sound and film)
  • specific themes (eg screen performance, cinematic journeys, children’s television).
Our international links

In your third year you have the opportunity to study abroad for a semester or longer. We have particularly successful links with Queen’s University (Canada), the University of New South Wales (Australia) and the University of Hong Kong. See Study abroad.


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