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The award
BA (Hons)

How long you will study
3 years

Domestic course fees
GBP 9250 per year

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

International course fees
GBP 13540 per year

All study options

About Television & Media Production at University for the Creative Arts

With an emphasis on engaging storytelling and the development of a strong visual language, our BA (Hons) Television & Media Production course focuses on developing your expertise in concept development.

You’ll develop skills in writing and visual storytelling for radio, television and online studio production, with an emphasis on fiction or drama-documentary content.

Working across a range of mediums in our state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll develop the advanced production techniques needed to produce informed pieces for journalistic, documentary and fiction purposes.

You’ll work closely with others specialising in a range of media disciplines, broadening your understanding of the field and providing opportunities for creative collaboration.

There will be opportunities throughout the course for you to work on a number of live briefs, giving you the chance to experience a realistic simulation of a working studio atmosphere.

Video-led content is becoming the dominating force in the media industries, thanks to advances in technology. Our TV & Media Production course at our Farnham campus will allow you to develop practical and analytical skills which will enable you to identify and produce interesting and informed work in the form of either fictional or factual production for radio, television and the internet. The content creation and media production skills that you learn on the course will be underpinned by media and cultural theories that engage with the modern world and the developments of future media.

You’ll understand how to disseminate your content across multiple platforms for television, radio, internet, mobile applications, social media and emerging media.

You’ll also develop your research skills in identifying sources for stories, learn and employ interview techniques to elicit engaging interviews and explore writing skills that will span across a range of television and journalistic forms and practices. These essential research and writing skills are complemented by the development of your own creative visual practice as you learn to direct actors and develop a range of advanced production skills and techniques. These combined skills will enable you to produce compelling audio visual content.

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Notes about fees for this course

UK/EU: £9,250

International: £13,540

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