Glyndwr University School of Business

Television Production and Technology

Glyndwr University School of Business
In Wrexham

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Wrexham (Wales)
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Wrexham (Wales)
  • Start:
    Different dates available

Why choose this course?   Learn and work in a real production environment – this Television Production and Technology course is developed in close collaboration with the BBC, Skillset and leading industry experts.   The course, which focusses on exploring current and emerging technologies applicable to still and moving image production, is different to many as students can engage in the day-to-day operation of the television channels and production facility, extending student participation beyond the lecture theatre.   Students will also develop a theoretical and practical understanding across a range of skills in pre-production, production and post-production.   The course centres around the use of the university’s television studio where students explore single and multi-camera filmmaking in addition to lighting and acquisition for visual effects work. It is designed to teach and develop skills across disciplines and covers a broad range of technologies that will help in the development of your own portfolio.   As well as the television studio, the course is built around the practical use of the university’s Centre for the Creative Industries and its wide range of facilities.  The centre is home to BBC Cymru in North East Wales.   You can also choose to study this course as a foundation year BSc (Hons) Television Production and Technology (4 years including foundation year) UCAS Code:   P390

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What you'll learn on the course

Television Production
Skills and Training
Post Production

Course programme

  • The Centre for the Creative Industries supports work across a range of creative disciplines using the latest in television production technology.
  • Glyndwr’s Television Studio, which features 4K and High Definition cameras and equipment and multi camera control room.
  • Post-production facilities both Mac and PC based with grading and finishing suite
  • Students lead live sessions, streamed live and featuring a mixture of high profile as well as local bands and performers.
  • Calon FM Community radio station is based in the creative industries building and offers volunteer and collaboration work. The University is one of only three higher education institutions to have such a facility on campus.
  • Our graduates have collaborated with a range of local companies including NHS Wales, Wales Rugby League, Clwyd Theatre Cymru and numerous local organisations and productions.
  • Past graduates have gone on to work with media companies such as the BBC, Universal Music, QVC and Technicolor and other students have taken on freelance roles and formed their own production companies.
  • Previous Creative Industries events at the University have included Ffresh Student Moving Image Festival of Wales and an annual Creative Futures networking event.
  • The IT facilities form a core part of course delivery, introducing a range of Non Linear Editing software such as Final Cut, Premiere and AVID as well as colour correction, compositing and 3D packages. These IT facilities are also open access and are available to students in order to develop their skills.

Each year of the programme is designed to introduce new concepts, skills and theories and progression to the next level will leverage and develop core skills in a cumulative way.

Year 1 (Level 4) Modules

  • Single Camera Production
  • Studio Technology
  • Audio Visual Science
  • Lighting and Colour
  • Production Management
  • Creative Media Production

Year 2 (Level 5)


  • Visual Effects
  • Studio Design
  • Audio for Film and Television
  • Impact of New Technology (research methods)
  • Broadcast Standards
  • Creative Media Directions

Year 3 (Level 6)


  • Collaborative Project
  • Audio Post-Production
  • Modern Media Delivery
  • Emerging Technology
  • Project (option) or
  • Dissertation (option)

The information listed in this section is an overview of the academic content of the programme that will take the form of either core or option modules. Modules are designated as core or option in accordance with professional body requirements and internal academic framework review, so may be subject to change.

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