AS / A Level - Media Studies at Blackpool Sixth Form College
A Level Media Studies is an exciting and dynamic course analysing the world we live in, challenging perceptions about representations across a range of platforms from TV to newspapers, film and advertising. You will learn analytical and creative skills, widening your understanding of theory and media production.
AS Media Studies Year includes:
- Representations of people, places and groups
- Audience responses
- Creative magazine coursework
A2 Media Studies Year includes:
- Texts, Industries and Audiences
- Specific focus on TV, Film and Music Industries
- Independent research essay
- Creative production coursework
You need to have a grade C or above in GCSE English. You will be required to view 18 certificate materials on this course.
50% exam and 50% coursework
Exam board: WJEC
Many students go on to university to study media at a higher level, with courses ranging from media theory and production, marketing, journalism, public relations and film studies. Career opportunities exist in a variety of fields including radio, TV, the press and media production.
How to apply
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