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University Centre Somerset - Bridgwater & Taunton College

Media Production

UCAS Code: P300

Foundation Degree in Arts - FdA

Entry requirements


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48

from a full level 3 qualification in a relevant subject area

50%
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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

The Foundation Degree in Media Production covers an ever expanding range of technical skills which are used to implement exciting responses to creative project briefs. Modules will help develop your own voice as a digital storyteller in a range of media - either speaking for yourself or helping others to tell their story.

The course has excellent links with industry and in the past has worked with charities to produce powerful documentaries, exhibited at an open air cinematic festival and produced travelogues while visiting New York, Los Angeles, Prague, Rome and Berlin. We work with a range of professional practitioners to ensure you leave with the skills and understanding required for a successful career in this booming industry.

Modules

The modules studied may include:
* Studio Production - technical skills building
* Documentary Production - combining technical and narrative practices to document a story
* Critical Practice - covering audiences, narrative theory and documentary analysis
* Live Project - working with a client

Assessment methods

A range of study methods are used with an emphasis on using modern technology creatively to both research ideas and communicate completed products. You are encouraged to work to our strengths, and will be supported in developing these skills.

The Uni


Course location:

Taunton Campus

Department:

Creative Arts

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