2. Universities – University of Sunderland
Film production and photography courses are 1st in the UK. Media
and film studies courses are 11th in the UK. Media can be studies
practical or theoretical level.
I have looked at courses I would be interested in
3. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
"Create engaging content from video to graphics. Manage social
media channels and develop strategies and campaigns for brands,
using analytics to grow and engage your audience. Build skills as a
content creator and excel in a career in social media."
4. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Develop skills and experience's you need to meet the growing demand for
social media mangers across a wide range of industries. Learn how to grow
and engage your audience as a content creator. You'll experiment with your
own social media channels and grow, engage content and use analytics to
understand your audience. Develop social media strategies and organic and
paid campaigns. Learn about how to communicate, influence and persuade.
Explore what makes content shareable and engaging. Throughout the
course you'll get hands on experience including managing social media
channels, planning social media, PR campaigns and strategies for real
clients. You'll take on week - long placement building contacts and
connections in the industry.
5. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Fees and entry requirements
Typical offer is 112 UCAS tariff points from a combination of acceptable
level 3 qualifications. A-levels, T- levels, BTEC diplomas/extended
diplomas. Accept maximum of 6 points from level 3 key skills qualifications.
Require three passes at GCSE grade C or above (grade 4 or above). Must
include Maths and English Language.
If you don't meet our standard entry requirements, they offer this course
with an integrated foundation year.
The annual full-time for this course is £9,250 if you are from UK/Europe.
Tuition fees for part-time students are £6,935 per 120 credits.
6. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Employment course structure
Over the three – year degree you'll develop skills, knowledge and
personal attributes that employers are looking for. You will work
individually and part of a community to develop experience and
confidence. Take part in lectures, workshops, practical projects, client-
briefs and presentations. You will write essays, case studies and
7. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Employment course structure first year
Learn content creation and analytics skills and use them to create content
and analyse performance around social and community platforms. You'll
learn public relation skills, study media law to ensure you are safe to publish
content. Take a module in journalism to understand essential written
communication skills. You'll also take a module in media theory to
understand the current debates around digital media
8. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Employment course structure second year.
You will take your public relation skills to the next level. You will learn about
data analysis and visualisation for content creation and social media
reporting. You will take a module in short-form video production. You will
do work placement and take an optional module of your choice.
9. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Employment course structure final year
You will use all your theoretical and practical social media knowledge and
skills to create a social media management project of your choice. You'll
consolidate your existing PR skills, complete training in online community
engagement. You will take a module in e-commerce video production to
complete your degree. You will have a wide range of skills across social
media, content creation and public relation by the end of your degree. You
will have a lot of existing work and experience to support you in your social
10. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Employment course structure assessment
Assessments are practical projects, critical reflections, case studies,
essays and presentations. There are also media law exams as part of
11. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
Employment course structure part-time study
You will compete 40-80 credits in a year rather than 12 credits of full-time
students. All modules are taught during the day and you will be studying
alongside full-time students.
12. Social media Mangement BA (hons)
This degree will give you the skills you need to be a social media manager.
You will be able to work across a wide range of business and organisations.
You will have the skills and qualities to pursue a career in other social
media. This includes content creation, community management and public
relation roles. Your knowledge in media law and your work experiences will
13. Social media management with
integrated foundation year BA (Hons) entry
The integrated foundation year is specially designed to support you when you have just missed the
grades required for direct entry onto a three-year degree. Entry requirements are provided for
guidance only and we may offer you an entrance interview. This will help us determine your
eligibility for your chosen degree. This enables us to consider making an offer for mature students
who have been out of education for a period of time, or gained knowledge and skills through
employment rather than education.
Normally minimum of three level 2 qualifications (GCSE) including maths and english grade C or
above (4 or above). 40 UCAS tariff points from level 3 qualifications (A or AS levels, T levels,
BTEC certifcates/ diplomas, access courses or equivalent.
Or show evidence of knowledge and skills gained from at least 3 years of post-school work
The annual fee for this course is 39,250 if you're from UK.
14. Social media management with integrated BA
(Hons) course structure foundation year
This is a four-year version of BA (Hons) Social media management course.
"create great content from video to graphics. Understand analytics and
develop tactics, social campaigns and strategies to reach and engage
audiences and build brand reputation. Get the skills and experience for your
social media career.
15. Film and media BA (hons)
"Apply critical thinking, analysis and develop the transferable skills of
problem solving, communication and presentation. Combine
academic research with practical application, develop the talents to
join an exciting and everchanging industry."
16. Film and media BA (hons) Overview
Gain personal professional, academic and production skills, alongside
practical- based modules in film production. You will learn about the
historical contexts and contemporary debates in film and media culture.
Explore relationships between film and media content and real - world
17. Film and media BA (hons) fees and
Typical offer is 112 UCAS tariff points from combinations of acceptable
level 3 qualifications (A-levels, T-levels, BTEC diplomas/extended
diplomas). Accept maximum of 6 points from level 3 key skills
Require three passes at GCSE grade C or above (grade 4 or above)
includes mathematics and English language or a minimum of level 2
key skills in communication and application of number.
Annual full - time fee is £9,250. Part-time fee is £6,935 per 120 credits
18. Film and media BA (hons) course structure
Teaching and assessment
Teaching includes lectures, seminars, group work and e-learning.
Encourage independent study skills. As well as assessments that
count towards your degree there are assessments for feedback.
Assessments methods essays, reports, written coursework, projects,
presentations and exams
19. Film and media BA (hons) course structure
Understanding media and culture (20 credits)
Develop understanding of the role and importance of media and culture. Gain knowledge of historical
development of the modern media landscape and culture industries. Develop analytical and evaluative
skills through examining media texts and cultural practices.
Induction to film studies (20 credits)
Discover concepts, theories, methods and approaches that have shaped film studies. Develop skills in
hands-on film analysis of wide range of films: how to analyse a shit, editing techniques, narrative structures,
relationships between image and sound.
20. Film and media BA (hons) course structure
year 1 core modules
History of cinema (20 credits)
Explore cinema development throughout the 20th century and beyond.
Examine the distinctiveness of early before moving onto industrial and
narrative-based approach to filmmaking.
Contemporary cinema (20 credits)
Explore some of the major developments within narrative feature films.
Examining the ways in which different countries are exploiting technical
advances in filmmaking.
21. Film and media BA (hons) course structure
year 1 core modules
introduction to scriptwriting (20 credits)
You will learn the key skills of storytelling by attending workshops on narratives and
formats. You will use those skills within your work and professional development. You will
work on production and independently written short scrips as well as treatments and a
pitch. Learn to develop ideas through treatment stage, scripts suitable for short films, TV,
streaming platforms radio or podcast.
Single camera production (20 credits)
You will learn about techniques of single camera video production, technical practices
and creative skills to produce video.
22. Film and media BA (hons) course structure year
2 core modules year 2
Interrogating factual media (20 credits)
Develop understanding of the role and importance of fact-based media across
multiple platforms. Gain analytical and evaluative skills through analyses of media
- based publishers.
Film theory and criticism (20 credits)
Engage in deep analysis of major areas of film theory and criticism. You will gain
the ability to critically think and analyse film 'texts'. Focus on recent and
contemporary film theories.
23. Film and media BA (hons) course structure final
year core modules
Media research projects (40 credits)
Independly work on theoretical or empirical approaches or a combination.
Media and society (20 credits)
Understand the critical links between advertising and branding. Find out the
historical development and production. Gain analytical and evaluative
24. Film and media BA (hons) course structure
final year core modules
Engaging screen audience: music, performance and genre (20
Explore what makes watching films compelling and an emotional
experiences. Focus on music, performances and genres that will play
into these emotions. Examine how text encourage audience
identification and empathy, especially in films that can be sensitive