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Do you want to learn how to turn your ideas into reality? Whether you plan to manage the next generation of film and television programmes, shape a career as a development exec or production manager, or even run your own production company, this course will give you the practical and theoretical grounding to achieve your ambitions in the dynamic world of media production.
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The normal requirements for embarking upon a postgraduate taught degree are:
- A Bachelors Honours degree with 2:2 in any subject, or equivalent
If you lack the formal academic qualifications needed to enter a postgraduate or post-experience degree, there are several alternative routes to follow - some based on experience. Contact the Future Students Enquiry Team for more information: View Website
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If you’re looking to broaden your horizons with a postgraduate degree, then you should know that we have more to offer than just a beach. We can help add value to your degree, by providing you with opportunities to engage in world-leading research, strong industry links and accredited Masters’ degrees and an impressive range of scholarships and funding support.Read more
Sian chose Bournemouth University because of its reputation in the industry and from recommendations from previous students. It was also an economically viable option, as Bournemouth is her home town.
When asked why she decided to embark on a postgraduate degree, Sian said: “I chose postgraduate study because I wanted a change in career path and thought that a qualification at Masters level would enhance my chance of employment.”
“The course is very industry-focused and the University regularly invites guest speakers from the industry to help students to build contacts for the future. Whilst at BU, I have also tried to gain as much experience as possible through non-academic projects. I have gained a lot through working with the Media School’s in-house production company RedBalloon.”
Before coming to BU, Sian had rather vague career aspirations as Producing was very new to her, but the course has helped her to develop and refine my interests.
One piece of advice Sian would give to prospective students considering applying to BU and the Media School courses is: “Make the most of the non-academic projects you can get involved with and build as many contacts as possible.”
This is sound advice for those looking to gain a postgraduate degree, particularly if their aim is to focus on their career success by improving their career prospects.
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