Studying Film Production At Uni Watch
Also, I'd be interested in studying abroad in America if there would be more opportunities but I'm aware that my grades at GCSE level and likely in my A-Levels wouldn't permit me to join top Universities like the UCLA.
Finally, does anyone have any experience with getting into filmmaking who could share some helpful advice. I'd much appreciate it!
Choosing a course like Film Production will provide an ideal environment for you to develop your skills and cover a range of projects. Quite often there's a script writing module, but do check before applying with the university
Universities do accept BTECs, for our Film production course, our typical offer is 112-120 UCAS points from a minimum of two A Levels or equivalent or
Distinction, Merit, Merit with a BTEC.
It's important to choose a course that will allow you to work on a range of projects and develop your practical production skills in areas including screenwriting, camera, sound, editing, lighting, colour grading, producing and directing to ensure you get the most from your course.
Your learning experience will also be greatly enhanced by a highly experienced and skilled lecturing team, alongside first-class equipment.
Studying abroad is an option with our course, and we do have partner institutions in the USA. The universities available to you will depend on the current availability of places at the partner institutions however.
If you'd like to know anything more about our offering or have any general questions about applying to a university, we're here if you have any questions