Higher National Diploma (HND) Creative Media Production UCAS Code CA05 (2 Years)
Do you want to work in the media? This programme aims to give you the practical, technical and personal skills needed to survive in this highly competitive industry.
The programme’s emphasis is on moving image production. You will learn in a professional working environment and gain skills in a variety of disciplines. While you will work and learn with others, you will also work independently and be expected to take responsibility for your own learning. You will be encouraged to contribute to live briefs, and submit your work to moving image screenings and festivals.
You will have access to a television studio in iCreate, our large digital workshop for editing and production. With Mac suites, an IdeaSpace to inspire creativity and print and production zones, iCreate is our industry-standard training hub where students can develop their skills for the creative digital sector.
Apply for our media production HND course through UCAS and gain a film making qualification.
Course details and fees
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Annual Fees* - see disclaimer below
Tuition fee: £5000.00
Exam fee: £.00
Total fee: £5000.00
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