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    Hi,

    I was just wondering if anyone knew how to access some form of list of all the universities on UCAS that specialise in the Arts on the UCAS site. I find it quite hard to use as a website and I'd just firstly like to start my search for a university by filtering out all the unis that aren't related to the Arts. I'd quite probably like to study Film Production but I'd like to keep an open mind and look at the unis as a whole first before deciding on a course.

    Thank you for any help

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    I don't think UCAS offers that, they normally just list every course realted under the sun when you use search keywords.
    I didn't really find league tables helpful becuase they contain SO MANY degrees under a very broad section. So you'd find that CSM could easily fall below halfway down the league table.
    To be honest the best thing to do is ask your teacher maybe?

    If you're realy going for it, I guess UAL would be an option for you, I think LCC (within the UAL) offer media based things.
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    Thanks Literally just browsing unis at the moment but think I'm just gonna have to take up people's suggestions and recommendations
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    Hey Daisy, it's nice to see someone else going to study Film Production at University too

    I've got a place for University of Wolverhampton's School of Art and Design for Video and Film Production, and at the interview I saw how great the facilities were, such as the TV studio and editing suites. I'd reccommend applying there.

    http://courses.wlv.ac.uk/course.asp?code=DM006H31UVD

    Other universities which are very popular are Arts University College Bournemouth, Newport - Wales, Bournemouth - Wiltshere College, and University of the Arts London.

    There's a page dedicated to us applicants looking to study Media and Film degrees on here, check it out, and this thread below which is a quide to many of the TV and Film Production degrees.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=507935

    Good luck for when you apply, just bear in mind the majority will invite you for an interview to show your portfolio. (Showreel, pre-production work etc.)
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    (Original post by DaisyVictorEdwards)
    Hi,

    I was just wondering if anyone knew how to access some form of list of all the universities on UCAS that specialise in the Arts on the UCAS site. I find it quite hard to use as a website and I'd just firstly like to start my search for a university by filtering out all the unis that aren't related to the Arts. I'd quite probably like to study Film Production but I'd like to keep an open mind and look at the unis as a whole first before deciding on a course.

    Thank you for any help

    Daisy
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    I'm going for an interview for the BA (Hons) Film and Television Production at the London College of Communication ( University of the Arts ) on Monday. I've also been to one at the University of Westminster for the TV production course.

    Could give you some insight on those places if you want?
 
 
 
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