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MA Television Production


Course Description

Summary:

This course is designed to mirror industry practice and processes, so students can expect extensive, hands-on experience as they expand their television production skills from the outset.

Students will develop a thorough grounding in television theories and gain a comprehensive understanding of the real-world challenges that exist in this rewarding industry. In addition to undertaking a significant amount of practical work, students will learn the contextual theories and study the rapid development of the industry and will also complete personal development planning, helping them transform into a successful and knowledgeable media professional.

Modules:

Television Documentaries and Features
Enterprise
Television Factual Entertainment
Production Lab
MA by Practice Project

Assessment:

The course is structured in three stages: Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and MA by Practice Project. Throughout your study, you will receive regular feedback from your tutors to guide your development. Your formal assessments will involve a combination of production-based and practical work and reflective work relating to your own personal and career development.

Visit the MA Television Production page on the Birmingham City University website for more details!

Student Profiles
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Entry Requirements

You should have or expect to gain at least an upper second-class bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject area and demonstrate prior experience of work in television, media production or other media related areas. Your achievements should clearly demonstrate a keen interest in the television sector.We welcome non-traditional applications, particularly from applicants with substantial professional or production experience. It may also be possible to award module credits via APL/APEL if you can provide evidence of prior learning.

Course Fees

Please visit the Birmingham School of Media website for up to date tuition fee information


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