Our Design For Film and Television is accredited by Creative Skillset and has strong links to the industry. There are many reasons to choose BA (Hons) Design for Film and Television at Nottingham Trent University. You’ll work in facilities which reflect the latest industry standards, undertake short work placements in a variety of film and television production art departments and visit studios and film sets in the UK and Europe to see how productions are put together. Our academic team will teach you how to manage design projects from an initial concept through to realisation. You’ll gain access to our two dedicated design studios, TV studios with green screen facilities and the latest-industry standard software including Vectorworks, Photoshop and SketchUp. You’ll gain a broad range of art department skills such as; drawing, model making and how to use industry-standard software. NTU has a strong network of contacts to help you gain invaluable work experience and employment after graduating. You’ll be able to undertake short work placement opportunities throughout your degree with a variety of film and television production art departments and study in our dynamic facilities which reflect the latest industry standards. You’ll visit a selection of studios and film sets based here in the UK and Europe to see how productions are formed which will help you with your own research projects. You may visit Harry Potter film studios in London and Luc Besson studios in Paris. You will also have the opportunity to give your degree an international flare by applying for an overseas exchange to a partner university in Europe through the Erasmus+ programme. This course is assessed 100% through coursework and this will take form in a variety of ways including: presentations, peer assessment and essays. On this course, you’ll spend most of your time in a creative studio environment. You’ll be taught in a variety of ways including: studio days, demonstrations, presentations, lectures, seminars, work experience, research and reflective journals. At the end of your final year you’ll exhibit your work at the NTU Degree Show to many creative industry professionals from the industry which may lead you to showcasing your work at New Designers in London and at other high-profile organisations such as Pinewood and Shepperton Studios. Many of our recent graduates are now working within the film and television industry in areas such as: production and set designs, art direction, model making, events design and graphic design. The course maintains its links with alumni’s which helps to lead a range of career and work experience opportunities for graduating students. Recent graduate careers include: assistant art director for EastEnders, art director for Mr Selfridge, art department assistant at World Productions and set decoration assistant at Freebace. This course will teach you excellent team work and collaboration skills, interpersonal skills and you’ll become more proactive. 93% of our graduates are satisfied with this course (National Student Survey 2017).