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MA Postproduction


Met Film School Graduate School

Full time March, October MA 1 year full time

About the course

The MA Postproduction course equips you with creative and technical skills required to work within a range of postproduction sectors such as offline editing, sound design, grading and visual effects. During your studies you’ll do a unique industry project that will give you real-life experience with external clients.

- Practical. Master the key postproduction software such Avid Media Composer, DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Premiere, Audition, Prelude & After Effects and gain access to our high-end grading, sound mixing and recording facilities

- Industry-standard. Receive Protools audio platform training, essential for any sound postproduction career in film and TV

- Real-life. Put your knowledge into practice by completing a project for an industry client and receiving professional feedback

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Entry Requirements

To apply for the MA course you will need to be 18 years of age or older at the time the course starts. Applicants must have a minimum 2:1 honours degree from a UK university or overseas equivalent. Applicants without this qualification, but possessing relevant work experience, are also invited to apply. Each application is considered on its individual merits.


Fees

£15,500

Course Content



Where will I study?

Open Days at Met Film School

25 April 2020
Postgraduate Open Day


Where is Met Film School


Videos



All Available Videos:

10 Years of Met Film School!
MA Filmmaking Showreel 2013
MA courses overview
About Met Film School

Student Profile(s)

Josh Bregman

2111.jpg "Film School gave me an environment where I could work on my ideas.
I know more about the kinds of films I want to make now, and I know a lot more about the industry than I did."


MA Filmmaking Graduate

"The MA was a truly formative and professional program that elicited a range of skills that I had previously experimented with, but did not fully realize. With the hands-on and practical nature of the course and the challenge of producing real content through productions and exercises, I was able to express completely my filmic palette and get regular feedback on my ideas and the quality of my work. Through this experience, I created a body of work which I was proud of and ultimately could showcase my range and ambition. It was a program that pushed me on all levels."



Scholarships

2020 Scholarship Award – Women in the Screen Industries in partnership with MTV Staying Alive Foundation

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