I'm a mature student, who self taught video production before I went back to college to study it. Now i've applied to uni to study film/media. I don't ever remember seeing combined modules of physics and media. Your best bet is to look at the combined modules offered at unis you want to go to, or look on UCAS. The interviews I had, I had to bring a portfolio or a piece of work I had completed. I brought film, others brought art work or media work...but yes they do ask for examples of your work and evidence of how dedicated you are and what level you are within media. Why don't you explore doing a HNC in media? therefore you'd get 1 year of a lot of practical work. So if you then go on to study it at uni, you have work to show, if after that year you feel that media isn't for you, you can go back to your original idea of just studying physics
Last edited by BexiG; 29-03-2012 at 02:39.