This degree blends hands-on skill with thought-provoking theory, preparing you for a broad range of careers.
You’ll study film making and TV production and analyse screen media. Get to grips with practical elements like cinematography and editing in our industry standard facilities. Explore the economic, cultural and historical relationship between media and society. Examine news, documentaries and the representation of gender in media. And analyse how media industries are organised and structured – and what you need to do to get ahead.
Gain invaluable experience with a work placement as part of your course in the second year. And benefit from our links to regional film and media organisations like Screen Yorkshire’s Connected Campus and the Northern Media Mentors. Partnerships that give you access to bootcamps, masterclasses and visiting guest speakers to further prepare you for a career in the film and TV industry.
As our region grows in popularity and significance as a film location, so do opportunities to get real-world experience in the industry. Our students have gained experience on several film and TV productions including The Crown, David Copperfield, and Enola Holmes 2.