Taught course

Producing for Film and Television

Teesside University · School of Computing, Media and the Arts

Entry requirements

You should have a second class undergraduate degree (minimum) or significant professional experience.

Producing for Film and Television

Months of entry


Course content

It is crucial to the UK’s screen-based creative economy that we develop producers. This specialist course meets a strategic industry need for skilled producers who can deliver projects efficiently and creatively.

The course is delivered by practising professionals with established industry experience. It is closely linked to professional practice through existing industry networks. The course also includes live professional experience.

You learn in a creative, supportive, professional community alongside staff and visiting media professionals.

Core Modules

  • Anatomy as a Producer.
  • Funding and Finance.
  • Major Development Project.
  • Marketing, Distribution and Exhibition.
  • Negotiated Project.
  • Production Management.
  • Story and Talent Development.

*Modules offered may vary.

How you are assessed

This course uses a variety of assessment methods to develop the knowledge and skills required by a successful producer – reports, presentations, project packages, strategy documents. Central to the course is discussing and presenting work in progress.

Career Opportunities

Once you graduate you are well placed to work in a production department in TV and/or film as well as in the arts sector.

Information for international students

For further information please visit our website.

Fees and funding

For information on funding please visit our website: Postgraduate fees.

Qualification and course duration


full time
12 months
part time
24 months


AssessmentWhat kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)
Written coursework / continuous assessment25
Creative work75

Course contact details

School of Arts and Media
01642 384019