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Walsall College

Creative Media Production HND (TOP-UP)

UCAS Code: 3P1P

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

120

From completed Pearson HNC Creative Media Production (Pass grade)

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2019

The course is in excellent opportunity to begin to develop a career in creative media production. The course is varied in both visual and audio communications as you will develop skills in film, TV, radio, digital design & photography. You will also investigate filmic texts, using the appropriate terminology and the language in relation to film and media.

All projects are simulated with the intention to replicate industry standards of practice. The Higher National in The course also provides a range of progression opportunities for students, including routes into employment and topping up their study to a full degree.

You will take part in:
- Training for a range of careers in the media sector and its support industries.

- Opportunities to gain a nationally recognised qualification to enter employment in the media sector or progress to higher qualification in media production.

- Develop a range knowledge, understanding and skills in the field of media production.

- Transferable skills that will enable you to progress and move within the media sector.

- Opportunities for learners to focus on the development of higher level skills in a media context.

Develop a range of skills, techniques and attributes essential for successful performance in working life.

Opportunities for further specialism within the vocational areas of audio production, moving image production, film theory & photo journalism.

Modules

Script Writing for Moving Image Fiction, Fiction Production for the Moving Image, Producer for Moving Image Production, Director for Moving Image Production, Sound Design for Moving Image Production, Television Studies, Moving Image Documentary Production.

Assessment methods

100% coursework

Tuition fees

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England
£5,200
for the whole course
Northern Ireland
£5,200
for the whole course
Scotland
£5,200
for the whole course
Wales
£5,200
for the whole course

The Uni


Course location:

Walsall College

Department:

Performing Arts, Drama, Media, Music, Leather

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