The Foundation year prepares students for university level study. Successful completion of our Foundation course permits access to any of our Media or Humanities BA (Hons) degree courses, which include Public Relations, Media and Film and Television Studies— many of which can be taken singly as specialist degrees or together as ‘joint’ degree routes. The Foundation year begins with modules aimed at providing transferable study skills and then, in the second semester, gives students the opportunity to study more specialist modules, with a focus on various aspects of Media and Humanities. Join us at the University of Wolverhampton to study Film and Television Studies and you’ll explore classical and contemporary broadcasts, while challenging and expanding your unInvestigating the visual style and aesthetics of cinema and television, you’ll examine how modern audiences engage with a variety of genres, filmmakers and television productions, as well as studying the relationship of film and television to society. You’ll examine and analyse films and television programmes in depth, learning to use appropriate language for academic writing on film and television. Our lecturers are friendly and approachable and are published experts in their individual fields, so you’ll benefit from both their passion and expertise. You will develop a range of subject specific and essential transferable skills in research, analysis and referencing, useful in many walks of life once you have graduated. You will gain an insight into the culture of other nations through their use of film and television, and an in-depth knowledge of how the film and television industries work. We will teach you to communicate effectively in both spoken and written language, enabling you to enhance your own creative and critical judgement derstanding of what cinema is, all in the stunning surroundings of a real working cinema, the iconic Light House Media Centre.