Croydon College

      Full Time Foundation Degree Digital Film Production

      Croydon College
      In Croydon

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      Typology Foundation degree
      Location Croydon
      Duration 2 Years
      • Foundation degree
      • Croydon
      • Duration:
        2 Years
      Description

      The Foundation Degree in Digital Film Production culminates in an FdA Degree. Essentially it is a vocational programme that includes assessed work-based learning. The Foundation Degree in Digital Film Production addresses the rapid expansion of filmmaking using digital technology that has now become an integral part of our current television and film industries. This course addresses this new.

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      · Requirements

      60 UCAS points for the FdA Programme or A relevant Access to HE qualification; or NVQ 3 qualification; or Other recognised UK/overseas related equivalent Level 3 qualifications. and Pass in English Language at GCSE at grade C or above or Level 2 communications in key skills or IELTS test at band 5.5 or above with a minimum score of 5.0 in each component; or TOEFL with a score of 550 or...

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      What you'll learn on the course

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      Course programme


      MODE OF STUDY FT
      HE LEVEL 4
      DURATION 2 years
      START DATE(S) September 2010
      DAY(S)/TIME(S) OFFERED To be advised
      NUMBER OF TEACHING HOURS As a guide 18 hours per week
      TOTAL FEE 2,315 less a cashback bursary of 1,050*
      TOTAL OVERSEAS FEE 4,750
      ADDITIONAL COSTS You are advised to budget for materials and equipment costs associated with Art, Design and Media programmes of study.
      AWARDING/VALIDATION BODY London Metropolitan University
      ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
      60 UCAS points for the FdA Programme or A relevant Access to HE qualification; or
      NVQ 3 qualification; or
      Other recognised UK/overseas related equivalent Level 3 qualifications.

      and

      Pass in English Language at GCSE at grade C or above or Level 2 communications in key skills or IELTS test at band 5.5 or above with a minimum score of 5.0 in each component; or TOEFL with a score of 550 or above with at least 4.0 in the test of written English; or 213 in the computer based test or A pass in the University's English language test (EASE) or equivalent

      alternatively,

      Non standard entry will be considered on merit by the Programme Leader under the principles of Accreditation for Prior or Experiential Learning.

      *Bursary Information
      Our fee for Foundation Degrees is 2,315 per year, again with a cashback bursary of 1,050* per year payable to full time, home (UK) and EU students. This is payable over the duration of the course and subject to attendance requirements.

      The Student Loans Company offers all full-time students a low interest loan to cover the cost of fees and living expenses. This does not become repayable until you have finished your course and even then repayments are spread over many years.

      Over and above this many students are also entitled to means tested grants to help with living expenses. These are non repayable and can be up to 2,765 per year.

      For independent information on student finance please see the direct.gov website.


      PROGRAMME CONTENT/STRUCTURE
      The Foundation Degree in Digital Film Production culminates in an FdA Degree. Essentially it is a vocational programme that includes assessed work-based learning.

      The Foundation Degree in Digital Film Production addresses the rapid expansion of filmmaking using digital technology that has now become an integral part of our current television and film industries. This course addresses this new digital age by equipping its students with the complete digital filmmaking skills that are needed to work in these industries. Based at Croydon Higher Education College with its close proximity to London, the course benefits from strong links to the film and television industries through its location and the industry professionals who teach on the course.

      We provide you with a supportive practical way of learning, covering the entire digital production process from screenwriting to post production with industry professionals.

      By the end of the two-year course the students will have the necessary skills required for successful visual storytelling and will have received specialist training in writing, producing and directing both drama and documentary productions. The course offers production or technical specialisation in year 2 where students are given the opportunity to specialise in their chosen production area; producing/directing, camera & lighting, or editing & sound.

      The course also benefits from small learning groups and also is currently operating a cashback bursary scheme where almost half of your fees will be paid back to you at the end of each year upon an appropriate attendance record.


      PROGRESSION/CAREERS OPPORTUNITIES
      Employment related opportunities to the workplace may include; runner, assistant editor, lighting assistant, camera assistant, storyboard artist, and a range of freelance opportunities including producer/director, single camera operator and editor.

      Progression opportunities include entry to level 3 of honours degree in Photomedia (digital still and Moving Image)at Croydon Higher Education College.


      ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE The department uses a range of assessment methods including the use of visual and verbal presentations, critiques, creative work, reports and essays. Formative assessment provides you with information on your ongoing performance in a module and enables you to reflect and adapt to aid personal development. Summative assessment takes place more formally at the end of a module and is formally recorded on your transcript.

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