This unique course delivers the skills needed to design and make fact-based television programming. You’ll learn how to translate your ideas into practical, hands-on advanced programming and also learn about pitching, budgeting, and how to establish your own production company. From travel, history, art, literature, science, current affairs, daily life, cookery, and much more besides, graduates of MA Television will gain access to a huge range of jobs in this increasingly dominant TV sector.
MA Television focuses on the hands-on experience of making television programmes. Working in teams, with access to LCC’s state-of-the-art multi-camera TV studio, students will produce a number of substantial TV shows from travel and history to art, literature, science and current affairs.
Students will learn the key skills needed to make effective programming covering areas such as format, narrative, scripting, working with actors, camera techniques, lighting, sound, and editing.
Other units of study will explore the nature of the TV industry, potential markets for your ideas and programmes, and setting and managing budgets.
Further information will be available on the course webpage shortly.
page on the University of the Arts London website for more details!
UAL Postgraduate Funding and Scholarships Schemes
University of the Arts London is pleased to offer a number of scholarships to those wishing to study at postgraduate level. These awards are funded by generous private donations, company donations, philanthropic charities and University funds. The scholarships range from fee waivers to full support for a year or more.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Up to £25,000
To see whether you are eligible for one of our postgraduate scholarships, visit the UAL website by following the link below.
To find out whether you are eligible for one of our postgraduate scholarships, or to see details of application procedures and application forms, visit the UAL website by following the link below.
A good Honours degree in either film, television or related media subject, a good Honours degree in any other subjects with the ability to demonstrate a developed interest in, and knowledge of, current television practice and output. Applications from non-graduates with substantial experience of film, television or other moving-image production subjects are also welcomed.
Recipient: University of the Arts London
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