Applicants should have a first degree in the area of arts, humanities or social science; or significant media industry experience.
All applicants must provide a two-page proposal for a documentary they would like to make and provide evidence of an ability to use images to tell stories via a show reel.
Months of entry
About the course
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 reseach 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.
- A dynamic team of acclaimed filmmakers and published scholars
- Excellent media production facilities
This Master’s will be valuable for anyone seeking to work with moving image. It is of particular value if you wish to develop a career as an independent media producer or within the television and film industries. Other career paths include broadcasting, arts or media administration, marketing, sales and advertising.
Areas of study may include:
- Cross-media approaches to story-telling
- Production planning and development
- Digital film production
- Editing and post-production techniques
- Film history and theory
Information for international students
Applications will be assessed using UKBA and University of Bedfordshire policy. View English language requirements.
Fees and funding
For details on the financial support on offer at the University of Bedfordshire please visit our website: Postgraduate fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details