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I'd like to have opinions from people who study there or know about the course. I'd like to study film prod.

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I'd like to have opinions from people who study there or know about the course. I'd like to study film prod.

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I went there last November for an Open Day and Film Production was one of them. I found it very impressive but of course I was never a student there.
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I went there last November for an Open Day and Film Production was one of them. I found it very impressive but of course I was never a student there.
What was so impressive about their course?
And where do you study?
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What was so impressive about their course?
And where do you study?
Things they have offered for the course, but I haven't been to other Universities but I cannot compare between University of Portsmouth and many of others.

Solent University is very good also - been there for an Open Day.

Northbrook MET College in Worthing - don't bother going there!!

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Things they have offered for the course, but I haven't been to other Universities but I cannot compare between University of Portsmouth and many of others.

Solent University is very good also - been there for an Open Day.

Northbrook MET College in Worthing - don't bother going there!!

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What did they have to offer?

What's wrong with Northbrook? Is this where you study?
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What did they have to offer?

What's wrong with Northbrook? Is this where you study?
Yep and dropped out of Northbrook!

You should really visit Open Day to check them out for yourself. It isn't like you are going to study Mathematics or Law or Accounting.

It is FILM PRODUCTION you are going to study and therefore you need to check out to see if you like their equipment, their studios etc
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What did they have to offer?

What's wrong with Northbrook? Is this where you study?
and check this out https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=3686313
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Where do you study now?
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Where do you study now?
I am looking to re-start this September - Fashion Buying & Merchandising will be my top priority. I am not a student at this moment, but I was last year at Northbrook MET College in Worthing doing Digital Photography & Creative Filmmaking. Hardly had once every 3 weeks for "Filmmaking"
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I'm in third year of this course, would highly recommend. Most of the staff have either previously been employed in or are still working in the industry so they know what is expected of you when you graduate. The loan store has up-to-date equipment for you to use and the course is often updated to adapt with the ever changing industry. Also lots of opportunities for work experience though you get what you put in to it!
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I'm in third year of this course, would highly recommend. Most of the staff have either previously been employed in or are still working in the industry so they know what is expected of you when you graduate. The loan store has up-to-date equipment for you to use and the course is often updated to adapt with the ever changing industry. Also lots of opportunities for work experience though you get what you put in to it!
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I'd like to have opinions from people who study there or know about the course. I'd like to study film prod.

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I'm in third year of this course, would highly recommend. Most of the staff have either previously been employed in or are still working in the industry so they know what is expected of you when you graduate. The loan store has up-to-date equipment for you to use and the course is often updated to adapt with the ever changing industry. Also lots of opportunities for work experience though you get what you put in to it!
Hi lepetitjuif !

I don't do this course however I have quoted another users reply who is currently doing this course! I study Digital Marketing so a lot of the work that I do is using the same resources and buildings as those studying film, animation etc. I have to say Portsmouth is amazing in these fields for really preparing you for jobs after Uni. The lecturers really do give assignments and lectures on things which you will be able to tell future employers that you know how to do. I'd really recommend going on the Uni website and reading about the course modules. Also search on the website about Eldon Building's facilities as there is some amazing resources there and this is where your lectures will most likely be.
Also, Portsmouth Uni has amazing facilities to help you get a placement for your sandwich year if that is something you are looking to do during your course.

Hope this helps!

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