Film, media & television
Discover our range of film, media & television courses, find out more about our facilities and hear from current students about their experience at University of Gloucestershire.
Study an undergraduate degree in film, media & television at the University. Discover our undergraduate courses below.
Postgraduate taught courses
Study a postgraduate degree in film, media & television at the University. Discover our postgraduate courses below.
Postgraduate research degrees
Research degrees including PhDs, Doctorates or Masters by Research enable you to pursue your own research enquiry.
96% of our graduates are in employment or further study*
*Graduate Outcomes Survey published 2023 and based on 2020/21 leavers
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Film, media & television FAQs
We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about film, media & television degrees.
If you’re a film fan, enjoy discovering and listening to new artists, binge new Netflix series or just love sitting down to watch TV, you might be interested in a career in the film, media & television industry. We offer a wide range of degrees within film, media & television, allowing you to make your passion into a career.
Studying a film, media & television degree will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to go on to work within the industry. Learn from our expert lecturers within our excellent facilities, including specialist TV, news and radio studios with state of the art equipment.
We offer a range of film, media & television degrees, ranging from film production to sound and music production.
At undergraduate level we offer:
• Animation BA (Hons)
• Communications and Media BA (Hons)
• Digital Media BA (Hons)
• Film Production BA (Hons)
• Popular Music BA (Hons)
• Sound and Music Production BA (Hons)
• Sports Journalism BA (Hons)
• Television Production BA (Hons)
At postgraduate level we offer a similar range of courses:
A degree within film, media & television can lead to a wide range of career options within the industry. If you studied film production you could work as a director, producer, scriptwriter or camera operator within the industry. Studying a television production degree can land you a job within researching, part of the production crew, or a TV editor.
Specialising in audio via a sound and music production degree would give you a route to working within the music industry as a sound recordist, or within radio as a producer or podcaster.