Best Universities for Media studies
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- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Open day on 9 Oct.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The University of Westminster is open and excited to welcome students and colleagues back to campus while implementing a range of safety measures. Your learning experience on campus will include practical teaching, seminars and workshops, with full access to our resources and study spaces as well as online learning and activities alongside your on-campus teaching.
8 Media studies reviews at University of Westminster
Television Production, BA Hons
The course teaches you the basics for production, lighting, sound, camera work and in your second and third year, you produce your own multi-camera studio shows. It's a lot of fun and there a lots of industry connections with the uni
Contemporary Media Practice, BA Hons
I had a very bad experience at the University of Westminster. The teaching methods and the teachers are completely useless. Really big waste of money as no one is there to actually teach anything. A part from the facilities and the photography technicians everything else is really bad trained and not helpful at all. I studied Contemporary Media Practice, and I think there is nothing worse then that course. Anything I learned is what I learned from internet, the only good things are the facilities and the fact that you can use them ( when they work, cause if they don't work, they take a very long time to fix them).
Film, BA Hons
Organization between modules seems to be an issue for the entire university. However, the specific tutors and equipment available in my course is fantastic! Tutors are great, but beware university administration, they can be very frustrating. I've had many bad experiences when I had queries where I was sent to different departments and dumped on other people. They don't make you feel like a valued student.