HND Creative Media Production Moving Image at South & City College Birmingham
This HND focuses on film and broadcasting production, aiming to develop students' knowledge and skills in moving image. Students will undertake a variety of roles such as producer and director, alongside development of practical skills in promotional video, music video, documentary and television news production.
Learners must be aged 18 years on or before 31st August of the academic year that the programme commences. A minimum of 48 UCAS points which may be gained from the following qualifications:2 x GCE 'A' Level passes1 x GCE 'A' Level pass plus AS level passes in appropriate subjectsBTEC National Diploma or Extended DiplomaBTEC National CertificateA Level 3 Diploma or equivalent such as NVQ GNVQ International Baccalaureate Scottish Certificate of EducationA recognised (Kite marked) Access CourseOther relevant international qualificationsIt is recognised that some learners may have significant relevant work experience or other professional qualifications and therefore may be admitted to the programme following a discussion and advice from the programme team.
STANDARD_FEES: £ 6,000.00
24+ LOAN FEES: £ TBA
INTERNATIONAL_FEES: £ 6,500.00
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The HND in Creative Media Production (Moving Image) prepares students for a range of careers in the media sector including those at technician level such as video technician, audio visual technician (e.g. video editing and live events), studio assistant. Students can also progress onto a top up to degree level. The point of entry will depend on the chosen institution, the subjects studied and the grades achieved at HND.
Please contact our admissions team on 0800 111 6311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit our website www.sccb.ac.uk and apply online.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact South & City College Birmingham directly.