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Is/has anyone studied this? Can you tell me what it’s like, I’m interested in the camera side of production and this course seems very practical for me, but I’m not sure how much of the course is actually spent filming and producing?
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Which universities are you considering? You'll have to look at each uni's course as it can vary a lot.

Also have you considered an apprenticeship? That would be the most practical option.
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Which universities are you considering? You'll have to look at each uni's course as it can vary a lot.

Also have you considered an apprenticeship? That would be the most practical option.
I’ve narrowed down my choices to either doing this course at Leeds Beckett, or doing film and tv production at Northumbria. Just trying to work out which ones for the best
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I’ve narrowed down my choices to either doing this course at Leeds Beckett, or doing film and tv production at Northumbria. Just trying to work out which ones for the best
I just had a look at both course. The Leeds Beckett course is a bachelor of science and there seems to be a fair bit more theory work than the Northumbria course.

It seems like the Northumbria course is more practical. Also film and tv production course tend to have a bit more freedom in terms of what area you want to start specialising in so it might be better for.your interests as you're fortunate enough to know you like the camera side of things most.

Have you had the opportunity to visit both unis yet? You can try and see if they have any sample lectures you can sit in to see if the teaching style suits you.

I hope that helps.
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I just had a look at both course. The Leeds Beckett course is a bachelor of science and there seems to be a fair bit more theory work than the Northumbria course.

It seems like the Northumbria course is more practical. Also film and tv production course tend to have a bit more freedom in terms of what area you want to start specialising in so it might be better for.your interests as you're fortunate enough to know you like the camera side of things most.

Have you had the opportunity to visit both unis yet? You can try and see if they have any sample lectures you can sit in to see if the teaching style suits you.

I hope that helps.
Thank you! I've not been able to visit Leeds, and I also have more pros for choosing to firm Northumbria anyway but just wanted to find out more about the courses. I think I'll definitely firm northumbria and keep Leeds as a back-up
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