|University of Stirling||48 Months|
|Film and Media||Full-time/Part-time|
Film and media is one of the most popular art forms across the world which is constantly evolving. Bringing together theory and practice, the Film and Media course at the University of Stirling has been organized. Students can experience excellent research and training from here. This course not only ensures well-versed in theoretical and critical aspects of the subject area but also has the opportunity to become fully trained in practicalities such as audio production, video editing, scriptwriting, and more. In addition, the univeraity exaggerate on all-around training that means Stirling students can enhanhce successful careers in a range of media roles from broadcasting and publishing to advertising and public relations.
Moreover, students can study in a stimulating environment marked by world-class teaching. Besides, invaluable opportunities are part of the campus television, filmmaking, and radio stations. There are also regular visits from members of our professional advisory board who are experts able to bring crucial insights from the front-line of the industry.
Why Study at University of Stirling?
There are several core reasons to study at University of Stirling. They are:
- The University of Stirling is 3rd in Scotland and Top 20 in UK for Media and Film studies (The Guardian University Guide 2021)
- More than 95% of all undergraduates were in employment or further study fifteen months after graduation. (Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020, HESA)
- Further, It is 2nd in Scotland, top 5 in the UK for Communication and Media (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021)
In Semesters 1-4, you’ll learn vital skills in different aspects of film and media analysis through core modules that include: Reading Film and Television; Digital Media and Culture; and Understanding Audiences. Semesters 5-8 will cover selected modules ranging from Scriptwriting to Sport and the Media. Semesters 5-8 also offer regular production modules that build your core skills in areas such as: Radio Drama Production; Editing and Workflow; and Content Development and Research. Eventually, the production strands ends in Semester 8 with Documentary Production.
Tuition & Fees:
- Overseas students (non-EU): £ £15,100
- Scottish students: £ 1,820
- Students from the rest of the UK: £9,250
- EU Students: £15,100
- Access to Higher Education – 60 credits, minimum 45 at QCF Level 3, pass at 60% or above.
- Care-experienced applicants will be guaranteed an offer of a place if they meet the minimum entry requirements.
- IELTS Indicator 6.0 with 5.5 in each skill and IBT TOEFL 78 overall with a minimum of 17 in listening, 18 in reading, 20 in speaking and 17 in writing.
- Duolingo 95 overall with a minimum of 90 in all sub-skills.
- Moreover, International students can direct entry to Year 2 of an undergraduate degree in a wide range of subjects, including Media, Journalism, Politics, Sociology, Psychology and Sport Studies at the University of Stirling.
How to Apply?
To apply for a full-time undergraduate degree, the majority of students should apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The University accepts applications the entire year, however, International Students are recommended to apply 8 weeks before the course joining date.
Autumn and Spring