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Hi, looking at both Ravensbourne - Editing and Post Production and Digital Television Production. And UCA Television Production. I have offers back from both but unsure what to do hear that Ravensbourne is good but also a lot of mixed reviews. UCA is suppose to be very good but has higher entry requirements? Unsure of which would be the best to go to?

Any help would be greatly appreciated?
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Hi Jacob,

Glad to hear you're considering us at Ravensbourne!

We are located in the heart of central London - right next to the O2 arena. This comes as a huge advantage to our students, in particular the screen school. This is because most of our lecturers are practicing professionals in the media industry - including a BAFTA winner, a director and vision mixer. The central location also allows us to have weekly visiting lecturers from industry to talk, work with the students and provide internship and work opportunities; these industry links are harder to come by the further out of London you go.

In addition to this we have a wide range of modern facilities including a television gallery, studio, recording studio, editing suite and more.

Our television course features two pathways in either production or operations. Both pathways on this degree will produce graduates who are highly skilled studio and location professionals who are able to work on multi or single-camera productions.

We have an open day coming up in June, so we welcome you to come and get a feel for the courses, building and facilities.

I hope this helps!

Any more questions please feel free to ask!

- Holly
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Ok, thanks for your reply. Will defiantly consider the offer from Ravensbourne - Cheers
(Original post by Ravensbourne)
Hi Jacob,

Glad to hear you're considering us at Ravensbourne!

We are located in the heart of central London - right next to the O2 arena. This comes as a huge advantage to our students, in particular the screen school. This is because most of our lecturers are practicing professionals in the media industry - including a BAFTA winner, a director and vision mixer. The central location also allows us to have weekly visiting lecturers from industry to talk, work with the students and provide internship and work opportunities; these industry links are harder to come by the further out of London you go.

In addition to this we have a wide range of modern facilities including a television gallery, studio, recording studio, editing suite and more.

Our television course features two pathways in either production or operations. Both pathways on this degree will produce graduates who are highly skilled studio and location professionals who are able to work on multi or single-camera productions.

We have an open day coming up in June, so we welcome you to come and get a feel for the courses, building and facilities.

I hope this helps!

Any more questions please feel free to ask!

- Holly
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(Original post by jacob.pounds)
Hi, looking at both Ravensbourne - Editing and Post Production and Digital Television Production. And UCA Television Production. I have offers back from both but unsure what to do hear that Ravensbourne is good but also a lot of mixed reviews. UCA is suppose to be very good but has higher entry requirements? Unsure of which would be the best to go to?

Any help would be greatly appreciated?
Are either of the courses accredited by screenskills?
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