University of the Arts London Awarding Body: Level 2 Diploma in Creative Media Production
Studying Creative Media Production at BSix
In this course, you will develop practical skills to enable you to produce your own media products as well as developing your writing skills. You will research and analyse media, look at careers in media industries and writing for the media, and will produce videos, print products, photography and video editing. You will study the following units:
- Unit 1 Introduction to creative media methods and skills
- Unit 2 Introduction to production techniques in creative media
- Unit 3 Understanding an audience in creative media production
- Unit 4 Contextual research for creative media production
- Unit 5 Exploring audio production and technology
- Unit 6 Exploring visual production and technology
- Unit 7 Exploring interactive media production and technology
- Unit 8 Personal project and presentation in creative media production
You will have access to:
- Full suite of Cannon Digital SLR Cameras
- Full range of specialist filming equipment such as track and dolly, camera jib and green screen and multi camera technology
- Two dedicated media iMac Suites
- Photography Studio and Lighting
- Full Adobe Suite Package including Premier, Photoshop and After Effects
You will be assessed through a mixture of practical coursework submission, presentations and social network development through the creation of blogs. Whilst this course is predominantly practical in nature, you will be required to produce high quality research and analysis through the creation of written reports, essays and evaluations.
You do not need to have studied media before, but an interest in video editing and photography is vital. The entry criteria is to have achieved 4 D grades at GCSE or a Pass grade in a level 2 BTEC.
Media beyond the classroom
We have highly trained and experienced staff from a wide range of media industry backgrounds who are capable of nurturing your talent and developing your potential. You will regularly be expected to work on live projects involving film shooting at both internal and external events. As part of this course, you will be exposed to external media professionals through seminars and you will have the opportunity to visit the Sky Studios Academy and the BBC.
Media department Alumni
After successful completion of the level 2 diploma, you will progress to study media at level 3. After completing the level 3 diploma, our students have gone on to study media at Ravensbourne, University of East London and London Metropolitan University.
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