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Film, Television and Digital Production BA Hons

Media, journalism and communications and Media Studies at

Bath Spa University

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3.45 / 5

STUDY MODE

Full-Time

LENGTH

3 years course

LEARNING

On Campus

PLACEMENT YEAR

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YEAR ABROAD

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FOUNDATION YEAR

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Film, Television and Digital Production BA Hons

A practice based course which helps you develop your craft of storytelling, studio production and film making

  • Excellent film and TV facilities.

  • Taught by staff with industry experience.

  • Opportunity

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Most helpful review for Media, journalism and communications and Media Studies at Bath Spa University

member459516
3rd June 21

Film, Television and Digital Production, BA Hons FullTime

Can't really say value for money cause I paid 9 racks for a bunch of zoom calls lmao

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What you will need to do

Apply by 29 Jan
Attend an interview
Submit a portfolio

What you won’t need to do

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Pass an entry test

Points of entry for Film, Television and Digital Production BA Hons

Year 1

Entry requirements for Media, journalism and communications and Media Studies at Bath Spa University

Entry requirements are the formal requirements students need to meet to be considered for a place on a university course. But, each year many universities accept students with lower grades. The bar chart below shows the actual UCAS tariff points of students currently on this course.
B,B,B

Required subjects for Film, Television and Digital Production BA Hons at Bath Spa University

Grades BBB-BCC preferred.

UCAS points for current students on Media, journalism and communications and Media Studies at Bath Spa University

English language requirements

6.0
Additional details
IELTS 6.0 - for visa nationals, with a minimum score of IELTS 5.5 in each element.

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Most relevant Student Reviews for Film, Television and Digital Production BA Hons at Bath Spa University

member459516
3rd June 21

Film, Television and Digital Production, BA Hons FullTime

Can't really say value for money cause I paid 9 racks for a bunch of zoom calls lmao read more

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member851019
8th September 20

Film, Television and Digital Production, BA Hons FullTime

I had a personal tutor assigned to me at the start of the year but they will never contact you. If you have an issue or question about a piece of work its better to just go to the tutor who assigned it directly as the personal tutor wouldn't know what you are doing. The lessons can be fun and engaging especially when you aren't in class and you are out filming either on campus or in Bath itself. When you aren't filming you are usually sat in a class room listening to a tutor read things off a power-point. The studio. Lesson's in here are exactly the same each week, class split into two groups. One group in gallery the other in studio. Then a switch over. They can get very samey and there isn't much variety. The media industry itself is very reliant on networking and nepotism. If you know someone who works in film or television then it's better to ask them for a job. You need to have exceptional talent, or know someone to succeed. read more

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member8110707
10th June 24

English Literature and Media Communications, BA Hons FullTime

Interesting and exciting course read more

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member787878
22nd June 23

Film and Screen Studies, BA Hons FullTime

Such a fun and inviting course read more

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member887231
5th June 23

Creative Media, BA Hons FullTime

The course has made me dislike media and half the modules don’t relate to media so waste of time and money. Rarely use the filming equipment and don’t go into the studio. The description of the module is misleading and would have studied elsewhere. read more

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member459516
3rd June 21

Film, Television and Digital Production, BA Hons FullTime

Can't really say value for money cause I paid 9 racks for a bunch of zoom calls lmao read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
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member851019
8th September 20

Film, Television and Digital Production, BA Hons FullTime

I had a personal tutor assigned to me at the start of the year but they will never contact you. If you have an issue or question about a piece of work its better to just go to the tutor who assigned it directly as the personal tutor wouldn't know what you are doing. The lessons can be fun and engaging especially when you aren't in class and you are out filming either on campus or in Bath itself. When you aren't filming you are usually sat in a class room listening to a tutor read things off a power-point. The studio. Lesson's in here are exactly the same each week, class split into two groups. One group in gallery the other in studio. Then a switch over. They can get very samey and there isn't much variety. The media industry itself is very reliant on networking and nepotism. If you know someone who works in film or television then it's better to ask them for a job. You need to have exceptional talent, or know someone to succeed. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
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