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Do you want to develop a broad range of skills that will be directly applicable within the film and television industries? Are you looking to kick-start your career in media production or scholarly research?
The MA in Film and Television: Research and Production places employability and storytelling at the heart of the programme. Utilising a combination of theoretical approaches, critical engagement, creative practice and hands-on technical training, this MA gives you the chance to work within a dynamic and innovative department.
We typically ask for an Honours degree, normally of an upper second-class standard, or equivalent. This does not have to be in a media or film-related discipline.
Applicants should have excellent communication skills, with high standards of both written and spoken English.
Daniel is studying for his part- time master’s degree after a lengthy break from higher education, during which he traveled extensively and taught English & Drama. He is a native of the city of Birmingham and has been involved in numerous film making projects since commencing the MA.
Daniel is also a postgraduate mentor, you can contact him online with questions or read further about his experience at the University of Birmingham on his mentor page: http://www.pg.bham.ac.uk/mentor/daniel-gardiner/
Francesca is enrolled in the one-year Masters course “Film and Television: Research and Production” at the University of Birmingham. She did her undergraduate degree in Italy, and studied for her year abroad at the University of Warwick. Her undergraduate degree was focused on Languages, Art and Film.
Francesca is also a postgraduate mentor, you can contact her online with questions or read further about her experience at the University of Birmingham on her mentor page: http://www.pg.bham.ac.uk/mentor/francesca-piccinin/
What have you learnt from your programme?
“The real question is what HASN’T this course taught me? Before starting, I had no idea about how the film and television industry worked. I learnt so much about pre-production processes, filming and post-production, from how to research and develop an idea to how to use Adobe Premiere Pro to edit footage. I can say with full confidence that this Master’s programme has helped me to break down and understand the film and television world in a way that makes sense to me. I now know, for example, where to look for certain ideas, what frames and shots I should use, how to manage light during filming and in post-production and how to feel proud of the work I have done! I can graduate knowing my course has instilled a new form of confidence and self-belief in myself that I would not have developed on my own.”
What is life like as a student at the University of Birmingham?
“Life as a student at the University of Birmingham is incredible. Everyone is so lovely, kind and welcoming – both students and staff – and there is a large emphasis on making the university a second home. There is an endless and ever-growing list of societies to join, events to attend and Fab nights to attend at Joe’s! The facilities are modern and up-to-date, with a wide range of study spaces to choose from, whether this be in the library group study rooms or in the Law building."
The College of Arts and Law is pleased to offer a number of Home fees-only scholarships for candidates wishing to study full- and part-time masters-level courses from September 2021.
Applications are welcome from UK, EU and Overseas students wishing to study any discipline within the College's five schools:
English, Drama and Creative Studies
History and Cultures
Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music
Philosophy, Theology and Religion
These awards cover one year's tuition fees at UK/EU rates for full-time applicants, or two years part-time.
These awards are open to UK, EU and Overseas students, studying full-time or part-time campus-based masters-level programmes in the College of Arts and Law which commence in September 2021.
International students are eligible to apply, and will receive a reduction in tuition fees equivalent to the Home rate if successful.
Applications for funding can only be considered alongside an application to study.
In order to apply, you must have completed an application to study. You will then need to complete our online funding application form. Your application must also be supported by two references.
For detailed advice and to complete the online funding application and funding reference forms, please visit our College of Arts and Law scholarships how to apply page: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/calgs/scholarships/cal-scholarships-howtoapply.aspx
The deadline for applying is Monday 22 March 2021 at 4pm.
By applying, you will be automatically considered for relevant College of Arts and Law scholarships. Only complete applications submitted before the deadline will be considered.
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