Designed for those who wish to pursue a career in television or video production, our BA (Hons) Media and Communication (Television) course enables you to specialise in this specific creative sector. The Television pathway within the Media and Communication degree develops the key skills you need to enter the profession, as well as providing you with a range of transferable skills which will help you gain employment in a range of careers within the creative industries. Our Media and Communication courses are highly regarded across the creative sector, thanks to our blend of technical and academic studies. What's covered in the course? If you choose this pathway, you’ll work in our four industry-standard TV studios, including our green screen MILO studio. You’ll learn how to shoot single camera and edit on Avid, and develop the skills you need to operate a TV studio. Alongside learning technical skills, you’ll develop and pitch your own ideas. This is a stimulating course which will immerse you in the practical aspects of programme-making. You’ll have ample opportunity to make documentaries, television drama, music videos, studio magazines and talk shows. Throughout the course, you’ll be supported by academic staff who have years of experience in the television broadcasting sector, including award-winning BBC and independent producers. Why Choose Us? You’ll learn essential skills in our broadcast-quality television studios, which are supported by the latest audio production tools and are used by media companies, who also work with our students in lectures and on joint projects. The curriculum has a professional media practice theme running throughout the three years, and blends theory with practice. This is a hands-on degree, where you’ll learn by doing, all underpinned with strong theoretical and academic knowledge. As such there are no exams in this course, with modules being assessed instead through research reports, conference type presentations or written blogs, while practical modules are assessed through coursework. There are also placement reports for the Professional and Academic Development module.