Our full time Creative Media Production and Technology Moving Image pathway course, is designed for students who have a strong interest in the study of moving image productions, such as Film and TV. Our programme of study is creative, critical and compelling in its approach, offering a unique combination and equal balance of theory and practical work. During the 2 year course, you will work with leading practitioners, reaping the benefits of close supervision from industry trained staff who are leaders in film, television and media production. Your study of Media will help you develop your appreciation of moving image and print media’s rich artistic, social and political traditions. We also run a competitive work placement scheme and the majority of our students go on to study media and communications and film production as a chosen discipline within Higher Education or employment.
Joining our department, you will enter an intellectually and culturally rich environment supported by excellent facilities, where you are actively encouraged to pursue your own interests, activities and passions within moving image.
Take a look at some of the work our Media students have produced on the SFX Media YouTube Channel
Unit 01: Introduction to Media Processes and Technical Skills
Unit 02: Introduction to Design and Research Skills in Creative Media Production
Unit 03: Introduction to Professional Practice in Creative Media Production
Unit 04: Critical and Contextual Awareness in Creative Media Production
Unit 05: Investigating Audio Production and Technology
Unit 06: Investigating Visual Production and Technology
Unit 07: Investigating Interactive Production and Technology
Unit 08: Developing a Creative Media Production Project
Unit 09: Characteristics and Contexts in Creative Media Production
Unit 10: Engaging With an Audience in Creative Media Production
Unit 11: Preparing for Progression in Creative Media Production
Unit 12: Specialist Study in Creative Media Production
Unit 13: Extended Project in Creative Media Production at Level 3
Unit 14: Extended Project in Creative Media Production at Level 4
Assessment is through weekly extensive practical work, written tasks and presentations. This will form a portfolio through which students can demonstrate the knowledge and skills gained on the course.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be well-equipped to progress to entry-level positions in the media industry or apply for undergraduate study in a range of media related courses.
In addition to our Programme Entry Requirements, applicants must also meet specific Course Entry Requirements:
Grade C in Art or Media OR
BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Media with Merit