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    Guys I have received offers from these 2 schools and I would like to pursue production in either or film and television production but I don't know which of these 2 schools is a better choice? Especially in terms of facilities and course satisfaction and rankings.
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    Guys I have received offers from these 2 schools and I would like to pursue production in either or film and television production but I don't know which of these 2 schools is a better choice? Especially in terms of facilities and course satisfaction and rankings.
    Have you been to the open day on both?

    Have you looked at the full syllabus for both?

    Have you asked them for any data showing employment stats or what people do after the course?

    I have looked at both courses.

    https://www2.uea.ac.uk/study/undergr...vision-studies

    You can see the modules here

    BA Film and Television Studies looks imo more about writing about film and television.

    https://www.westminster.ac.uk/televi...ilm-ba-honours

    Westminster on the other hand has either a VA in film or one in Television and not both. Maybe you could ask for joint honours?

    If you look at the modules then they have production and screenwriting modules in year 3.

    There will be other film production courses if you want to focus more on technical aspects of creating content.

    They also do one in Television which is full on production.

    https://www.westminster.ac.uk/journa...ion-ba-honours

    On that basis or rather study at UEA, but the courses you want between the two is Westminster by some distance.
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    I have seen the full modules for both the courses. Also I just wanted clarify that you said I should choose UEA if I want to study film and tv theory wise and university of westminster if I want the practical elements.
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    (Original post by naddyace)
    I have seen the full modules for both the courses. Also I just wanted clarify that you said I should choose UEA if I want to study film and tv theory wise and university of westminster if I want the practical elements.
    The UEA course is more theoretical.

    Westminster have their course accredited by Creative Skillset: http://creativeskillset.org/search/3...=Undergraduate
 
 
 
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