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Single or Joint

Honours

P303

UCAS code


3 Years

Attendance

112

UCAS points required

Lee Brooks

Programme Director for Design and Production

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Study with media professionals and with national and international experts in film, television and popular culture. The Film and Screen Media degree reflects how film and television studies have changed in recent years as a result of the impact of digital media and our interaction with it.

Film and Screen Media is also available as an extended degree.

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Why study Film and Screen Media?

With approximately one in five new jobs in London within the creative industries, Film and Screen Media will provide you with a solid background in screen industries, from a theoretical, practical and industry perspective.

You will learn precise research and production skills that will allow you to enter a wide variety of professions. You will also be following individual interests and passions that will motivate you to work hard in your chosen area of study.

By studying a range of topics you will gain an understanding of the most significant issues affecting the media today and its relationship with our culture and society. This degree will prepare you for a career in a wide range of industries.

We offer opportunities for you to gain work experience in the media and specialist modules to develop your skills in creative scriptwriting, film and cultural criticism, film production and specialist pathways in screenwriting and film production. 

Why St Mary's?

As well as being a train ride away from the heart of London's film industry, our students benefit from an extremely accessible teaching staff, made up of research academics as well as industry professionals.

With modules on a wide variety of film, television, popular music and other screen media, there is plenty of chance for you to explore the types of media that particularly interest you.

Film and Screen Media received 100% overall satisfaction in the most recent NSS survey, which shows how engaged our students are on the programme.

Teaching methods

We place a strong emphasis on developing skills that will be essential in the work place and further study. Most courses are taught through lectures, workshops, practical exercises, screenings, field trips and small group discussions, with an emphasis on developing your communication skills and the ability to express your ideas with confidence.

You will also be taught by both academic specialists and industry professionals. We offer exciting study trips and opportunities for work experience in the media and creative industries

Assessment methods

We assess your work in a variety of ways. These usually include essays, portfolios of work, research reports and blogs. We also assess group work including presentations, films and other practical projects.

Key facts

  • Available as a Single Honours and Combined Honours Degree.
  • Study with media professionals and international and national experts in film, television and popular culture.
  • Exciting study trips and opportunities for work experience in the media and creative industries.
  • Specialist pathways in screen-writing and video production.
  • Taught on our historic Strawberry Hill campus.
  • A range of scholarships are available for undergraduate students.

Joint honours

Film and Screen Media can be combined with any of the following courses to create a joint honours degree programme:

Course content


Year one

  • Image, Sound and Narrative
  • Media History
  • Media Practice One
  • Media Practice Two
  • Studying The Media
  • Theory and Popular Culture

Year two

  • Culture and Society in Modern Japan
  • Documentary Film
  • North American Cinema
  • Researching the Media
  • Screen Theory and Criticism

Year three

  • Animation
  • Contemporary World Cinema
  • Dissertation
  • Extended Essay
  • Popular Culture and Identity
  • Professional Practice
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Please note: all information is correct at the time of publication. However, course content is regularly updated and this may result in some changes, which will be communicated to students before their programme begins. Modules listed may either be core or optional- you may not be able to study all your first choice modules.

Career opportunities

With approximately one in five jobs in London in the creative industries, there are numerous career opportunities in the film, television and cultural arts. Previous graduates have also entered journalism, management and administration, advertising, research, marketing, and PR.

Many students also go on to study at postgradute level for a Master's degree. At St Mary's we welcome MPhil and PhD proposals in a number of areas related to the content of Film and Screen Media.

The Careers Service has more information on careers and postgraduate study options available to Film and Screen Media students who have started their studies at St Mary’s.

There is also the opportunity to undertake a work placement as part of your degree. The Centre for Workplace Learning offers work-related modules that can be embedded within your studies.

Facilities

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Fees and funding

Home/EU: £9,250
International: £11,220

Please note: the tuition fees listed on this page are for the 2017/18 academic year. For information on fees for other academic years - along with information about financing your studies - please check the Fees & Funding section.

Additional costs

Your tuition fee will cover the cost of all mandatory elements of your programme.

Additional costs could be incurred depending on optional modules chosen and other projects undertaken. For further information about additional costs please contact lee.brooks@stmarys.ac.uk.

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