Students are encouraged to experiment with original conceptual approaches, using our wide range of professional equipment and software to shape their films from initial research through to the final cut and premiere screening. Recently our course was ranked 21st in UK by the Guardian university league table 2017.
'Through my BA Film course I have been able to meet a range of incredibly like-minded and talented people, extend my skill set and have access to industry standard equipment and the access to freelance work is incredible.' Todd Wearn, UWL Film Production graduate
Studying Film at UWL is not just about the course – we are proud of our extensive extra-curricular activities, enabling you to work on professional projects on and off campus. We have a production company, providing paid professional work for our most capable students, and various other film-related activities including a weekly studio show, a Visual Effects society, and work on various music and drama performance events.
Preparation for industry is key and we have a strong reputation for getting students into employment.
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82% of students on our media studies courses said they 'would recommend the course to others'.
National Student Survey 2016