We welcome applications from those with relevant equivalent Level 6 qualifications, or relevant equivalent experience, and a demonstrable interest in the subject.
We’ll also welcome your application if you have formal or 'certified' learning (such as training courses not run by universities or colleges) and learning from work experience or self-study. This is called Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL), and should have been gained within the last five years, and equivalent to the learning outcomes of our minimum entry qualifications.
APL applicants using experience to apply should note there is a £200 application fee for entry with advanced standing or with exemption from specific modules or credit.
Months of entry
Explore digital culture through research and creative practice, and study film and television’s philosophy and history. By focusing on the diversity and crossover in the industry, you’ll learn to think adaptively and work creatively.
Engaging in the production workflow, you’ll explore the many creative and technical roles of producing screenmedia – so you can devise, develop and produce a filmed project with your peers. The second semester gives you the chance to specialise and shape the curriculum around your own interests in theory and practice. You’ll learn from industry professionals like Lenny Abramson, Emily Morgan and Ben Wheatley, and take on research and methodology workshops - so you can gain the skills and contacts to begin your career or PhD.
The School of Film & Television is a member of CILECT, the global association of the world's best film, television and animation schools. MA Film & Television is accredited by Creative Skillset, a mark of quality endorsed by industry professionals.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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