90 or 180 Credit Course
Achieve a 90-credit diploma in your first year of study then top up to 180 credits on the extended diploma in the second year. The extended diploma gives you much more detail on the subject — it's the same as three A-levels and is a great route into university. If you already have 90 credits from another college, you can choose to top up to the extended diploma with just one year of study.
This course gives you industry-based transferable skills that are the most asked for by employers. You'll focus on practical projects to give you direct experience of the practices and protocols used in the industry, and you'll learn the theory behind the skills too. Each project helps you understand an important area of the industry. TV and film studies helps you become ready for work with the main abilities needed for areas of media, film photography and sound.
- Pre-production techniques
- Audio-visual editing techniques
- Film and video editing techniques
- Single camera techniques
- Digital photography
- Music video production
- Corporate video production.
You'll be assessed by practical and written assignments, presentations and recorded work.
Four GCSEs A*-C/9-4 with English and maths at A*-D/9-3; OR a relevant Level 2 diploma at least at merit plus English and maths assessed by us to be at an appropriate level.
For international students, you will need an IELTS score of 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in each section) or equivalent. Find out more in the international pages.
There may be materials you need to help with your studies. You'll either make a one-off payment for these when you enrol, or you'll buy them during the course. Your tutor will talk to you about this at interview or in your first class (if you don't need an interview).
Depending on your course and circumstances, you may be able to get funding to help with materials fees. Please check with us when you come in for interview or enrolment.
From the 90-credit diploma, move up to the extended diploma. From the extended diploma, progress to a university-level course or find work in marketing, web-design, TV or film.
All courses run subject to demand and the content listed here should be used as a guide only. Course content may vary according to a range of factors such as course duration, campus, teaching staff and requirements from awarding bodies. Check our course and fee guidelines for further details.
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