Teaching and assessment will be delivered entirely online through a mixture of self-directed study and practice materials, workshops and support advisories. The online delivery will include weekly online workshops and practice activities, online learning materials, regular formative assessment and online advisory support.
Approximately 20-24 hours of study effort will be expected each week from those enrolled on the course and a computer and Internet connection will be required.
Opportunities for Progression
Careers and Further Study
If you are seeking to continue with your professional development you will have the opportunity to self-fund progression to the full Master’s subject to meeting the academic requirements for progression.
Admissions and Requirements
This programme is open to those that have been furloughed, displaced or made redundant due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The academic entry requirements are as follows:
- Normally at least a 2.2 UK honours-equivalent degree in any discipline, or
- Appropriate work experience for those who can demonstrate an understanding of audio-visual media and/or have prior experience in creating audio-visual material. Assessed using the RPEL (Recognition or Prior Experiential Learning) framework.
In addition to the above qualification requirements, all applicants will also be required to submit a completed video in any style, genre or form (up to 3 mins duration) demonstrating their prior experience of creating audio-visual media.
Places available on this programme are limited. Where there are more eligible applications received than places available, the academic selectors for this programme will make offers based on the completed video submitted and first degree classification on a ranked basis. We will operate a waiting list as required to allow us to fill all available places.
*This course is undergoing academic validation. Please note that the information displayed here is subject to change as part of this process.