University of Birmingham
Birmingham has been challenging and developing great minds for more than a century. Characterised by a tradition of innovation, research at the University has broken new ground, pushed forward the boundaries of knowledge and made an impact on people’s lives. We continue this tradition today and have ambitions for a future that will embed our work and recognition of the Birmingham name on the international stage.
Birmingham City University
BCU provide a variety of courses at varying levels including a fast track 2 year degree course. The courses range from film production to animation and distribution. Our Film Production courses ensure you will develop a range of academic and technical skills. You’ll explore film-making fundamentals from narrative, composition and film theory to camera testing, designing digital production workflows and post-production.
If you’re an aspiring media professional, our course will cultivate your digital literacy skills, enabling you to understand, engage and respond to the ever-changing global media. You’ll soon be producing professional, innovative, inspired, challenging work that gets noticed.
You can choose from a variety of degrees that focus on theory, creative production or technical knowledge. Whichever you choose, you’ll learn in the best possible environment in our new £11.5 million Cadman Studios. The brand new production facilities on offer include a fully kitted out TV centre with control rooms.
Walsall provides HNC and BTEC courses in Media, Film and Television. These practical courses enable students to make video dramas and documentaries as well as in-house broadcast TV shows.
Do you want to make films and TV programs? Do you have ambitions to become a director, producer, editor, or camera operator? Wolverhampton University can help you in a number of ways by providing a variety of courses from animation to film production. The main aim is for you to develop the skills needed to create and produce films and television programs in a variety of existing and evolving contexts for viewing and distribution – including broadcast television, online, and in cinemas.