Media Studies A2 Level at Aylesbury College
You will study topics which build upon your AS studies to broaden and deepen your knowledge and understanding of Media Forms and Conventions, Media Institutions, Media Audiences and Media Representations.
On this course you will extend your learning from the AS course to facilitate students’ progression and an opportunity to develop their practical filmmaking skills. In addition, you are able to experiment with forms of print media in their coursework. You will also gain a theoretical understanding of media texts, particularly in relation to a postmodern approach.
Example modules G324: Coursework G325: Theoretical Evaluation of Production Contemporary Media Issues
Minimum grade D or above in AS-Level Media Studies.
The course is split between exam and coursework (50% each).
You can progress onto Higher Education courses in Film/Media etc.
There are a variety of careers to consider. These include positions in Film/Media, Journalism, Teaching and Marketing/PR industries.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Aylesbury College directly.