This course is perfect if you want to pursue a career in TV or film production, producing a range of exciting content in all areas of the TV and film industry.
You’ll learn creative production techniques across a variety of subjects, including:
- TV news
- TV studio work
- Short film
- Music video
- Film studies
- Special effects
- Directing and producing
- Post-production work
You can expect a creative course that offers a broad range of practical study, with great facilities and equipment. You’ll complete assessments throughout your study, resulting in a final portfolio of work (showreel) which you’ll exhibit as part of a professional end of year show.
You will complete 90 credits in Year 1 and gain a standalone qualification. On successful completion of this, you will progress into Year 2 to gain the full Extended Diploma.
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Start: 13th September 2021
Course code: C000946 / Q001834
UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Film and TV Production
You’ll need 5 GCSEs at grades 9–4 (A*–C), including English Language and Maths – both of these must be grades 9–4 (A*–C) or Functional Skills Level 2 in English and Maths, or a relevant Level 2 vocational qualification with English and Maths GCSE grades 9–4 (A*–C). You will also need a portfolio, showreel of work, or other material you have created that demonstrates your interest in the TV/film industries.
Assessment is continuous and will consist of a portfolio of reports, presentations and creative projects plus a final major project at the end of the year.
Choose to follow with further study at degree level, such as our foundation degree in TV & Film Production and a top-up degree in Digital Media Design.
Career opportunities include: TV studio worker, script writer, video editor, runner, film producer, music video director, special effects artist or production manager.
Students aged 16-18 don't have to pay tuition fees. If you are aged 19 or over, check out our Financial Help page for information on fees and funding!
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