BA (Hons) Film (with Foundation year)
|Study mode||Full-time, Part-time|
|Tuition (Local students)||$ 46,487|
|Tuition (International students)||$ 55,268|
For admission requirements and intakes for each individual course/programme please refer to course details.
Tuition and application fees
- $ 11,621 per year
- Local students
- $ 13,817 per year
- International students
Estimated cost as reported by the Institution.
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- A Level: Must include passes at A2 in at least one subject.
- BTEC: Extended Diploma (QCF) or Diploma (QCF)
- International Baccalaureate: Diploma with 24 points including a minimum of 15 points at Higher Level.
- Other equivalent qualifications accepted by the university.
Note: We would normally expect you to have Grade C in GCSE English and Maths (See below for accepted equivalences)
English Language Requirements:
- Overall IELTS 5.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in Writing and Speaking; minimum 5.5 in Reading and Listening (or recognised equivalent).
There are three strands to our three-year programme – film history, film theory and film practice. In your first year, that means you’ll make short documentary and fiction films, while learning how to analyse films and studying the history of Hollywood cinema.
In year two, you’ll explore screenwriting and you’ll also be encouraged to experiment – looking closely, for instance, at avant-garde cinema. You’ll have the chance to go on a highly sought-after work placement in a film production company, and you’ll make films for a particular client outside the University, such as a local charity.
In your third year, you’ll study different film genres and the history of cinemas from different parts of the world, including European, Asian and Bollywood cinema. At the end of the course you’ll have the chance to make a longer film for a prestigious screening of our students’ work at a London cinema.
- Academic Development
- Independent Project
- Visual Communication
- London and Literature
- Reporting London
- London and History
- Media, Culture and Society
- Creative Digital Practice
- Cinematics 1
- Film analysis
- Film history
- Cinematics 2
- Critical theory
- Film memory history
- Professional practice
- Cinematics 3
- Cinemas of affect
- European and world cinemas
- British cinema