Funding and bursaries
Students if you’re aged over 19 you may be eligible for free tuition depending on the course you want to study, your existing qualifications and your financial circumstances. For more information email email@example.com or call 023 8087 4874.
Advanced Learner Loans are available for students who are aged 19 or over. Repayments do not begin until the course is completed and you are earning £25,000 or over. Eligible learners will be enrolling on a level 3 or above course and are a UK or EU national. For further information, visit gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan.
Four GCSEs, including English, at grade 4 (grade C), or a Merit or Distinction in Media BTEC Level 2. GCSE Media Studies is not essential, but an interest in media and film production is.
What will I learn?
This course will develop up-and-coming filmmakers and students who want to work in the media, television and film industries. You will:
Enhance your understanding of advanced media production and techniques
Develop your skills with specialist software packages for image, film and podcasting
Learn about multi-media production, scriptwriting and pitching based on a client’s brief
Create your own portfolio of media work
Students are required to do 60 hours work experience per year. The college will help you find these hours, which typically come from outside briefs, filming for a variety of clients (currently we work with NHS Southern Health and Brightside Personal Training).
You’ll study a variety of modules, including:
Working to a brief
Other units will also be available.
You will be assessed through a range of creative assessment methods.
These will be offered to learners throughout the time of the course.
Career and Progression
After completion of the Extended Diploma, you can pursue higher levels of study at university. You can also explore a career in TV and film, radio, advertising, animation or marketing through either an entry-level position or apprenticeship.