Creative Digital Film ProductionLuton Campus
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Rank: 123 (TCUG)
Location: Luton Campus
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2020/02/01
Intl fees: £12750
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This course offers you the opportunity to combine hands-on experience of film making to a professional standard with sound theoretical underpinnings.
You will study with world-class practitioners and academic experts and your final project will challenge you to make a film, which can be a fiction, a documentary piece of work, or a hybrid – or research and produce a dissertation.
During your studies you will meet leading filmmakers, film editors and industry executives and you should acquire all the transferable skills and specialist knowledge to do well in your chosen career.
Applicants should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level, or equivalent.
Applicants should have a first degree in the area of arts, humanities or social science; or significant media industry experience.
IELTS: 6.0 (with minimum 5.5 in each)
Notice: This score might not be totally accurate. It is the default IELTS grade for University of Bedfordshire.
About this university
There are an average of 3000 international students attending courses at the university each year. Help and advice starts on the website for these students with country specific information about applying as well as information about visas and immigration. Once in the country there is plenty to help them settle in including assistance with daily life matters such as finding a bank account or registering for health care. There are accommodation options and plenty of help finding work between studies. The location of the university in relation to London also means there are plenty of experiences for international students to enjoy. Extracurricular activities are organised through the Students Union which also offers support and advice for its members as well as representation. It operates a number of social facilities including bars and cafes across the various sites of the university. There are around 50 different clubs and societies on offer ranging from cultural and interest groups to sports, religious and even political themes. These include the Bangladeshi and Nigerian cultural societies and the Amnesty International club. Recreational groups include art, chess, computing, gaming and photography to name a few. There are also a number of RAG events during the year where students can volunteer on different projects to help the larger community and different causes. Sports clubs include recreational and team sports from traditional sports such as athletics and cricket to martial arts and even table tennis groups.