Regent's University London

Film, TV & Digital Media Production - BA (Hons)

Regent's University London
In City of London

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location City of london
Start September 2019
  • Bachelor's degree
  • City of london
  • Start:
    September 2019

The modern media landscape is changing faster than any other industry, as it adapts to new methods of communication, new markets and new technology. This programme, created and taught by media professionals, will enable you to respond to changes in the modern broadcast landscape. You will learn about ‘360-degree broadcasting’, using the large number of platforms through which we now broadcast, watch and interact with media. You will use the internet creatively to produce material and communicate ideas, as well as learning the traditional skills of directing, producing, sound, lighting, camera, editing and production management. In addition, you will undertake a work placement that will give you first-hand experience of working in the industry. Register for an Open Day Why should I choose this programme? The next generation of film and TV producers, directors, camera operators, editors and production managers must be prepared to work in a competitive and multi-faceted environment. This degree will provide you with the full range of transferable skills you will need to succeed in this highly competitive industry. Key skills, aims and objectives Creative production skills Core competencies in oral, written and multi-media presentation IT and multi-media skills Skills in the techniques of filming and editing Project management skills Writing skills including narrative writing, essay writing and reasoned analysis Research and analytical skills Future opportunities This degree is designed for students looking for a career in broadcast media, in roles such as film and TV producer, director, camera operator, editor and production manager. Whether you’re looking to make your mark in a small, independent company or a huge organisation like the BBC, this degree provides the training to do so. ...

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City of London
Inner Circle, Regent's Park, NW1 4NS, London, England
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Starts Sep-2019
City of London
Inner Circle, Regent's Park, NW1 4NS, London, England
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· What are the objectives of this course?

Study methods You will learn through lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials, and will have the opportunity to specialise in preferred media areas through case studies. You will work on practical projects, both individually and in groups, replicating industry practice.  

Assessment structure Assessment methods include script analyses, screenplays, reflective blogs, presentations, essays, case studies and examinations. Group assessments constitute 50% of your overall degree and include short films, pitches and presentations, and written pitch documents.

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Industry intelligence
This degree was created and is taught by industry professionals who are working daily in the film and television industry.

Theory and practical tuition go hand-in-hand, enabling you to understand the history and development of television, film and digital media broadcast as well as honing your ability to identify emerging trends.

You will explore creative industries at work in other countries and look at global narrative genres, TV formats and documentary.

Practical, hands-on training
You will learn the traditional skills of directing, producing, sound recording, lighting, camera operation, editing and production management for film and TV. You will also learn how to use digital and social media to enhance interactivity with your audiences.

Industry placement
You will undertake a work placement which will provide you with an invaluable opportunity to gain additional insight into the creative industries, and to build your own personal network of industry contacts.

Study period abroad
In Year 2 you will spend the spring term at one of our partner universities in the US, Europe or Australia, learning how the industry works in other countries and developing wide-ranging employment skills.




Year 1

  • Script Adaptation, Development & Presentation
  • Introduction to Production
  • Academic & Creative Skills
  • Global Perspectives
  • Documentary and Factual TV Production
  • Visual Storytelling in Drama
  • Studio Production

Year 2

  • Using Emerging Technologies
  • Studio / Outside Broadcast Production
  • Creating a Produced Commercial
  • Study Period Abroad and Assessment

Year 3

  • Campaign Production
  • Developing TV Formats for International Markets
  • Development and Completion of Major Production
  • Dissertation Parts 1 and 2

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