Experience studying film at Westminster?

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Im thinking of applying to westminster but im not entirely sure if its good. Is it really expensive and worth it?
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Hi,

Here at the University of Westminster we offer a very popular Film BA course based at the recently refurbished Harrow Campus with state-of-the-art facilities – a purpose-built studio facility with two large film and television studios, a set construction workshop, a 3D workshop, and extensive post-production facilities. The Harrow campus in north west London is home to the Westminster School of Arts – you will work alongside students from design, photography, music, fashion and journalism, in a unique hothouse of creative opportunity with graduates of this course having gone on to celebrated careers in the film industry.

In addition, being based in London provides us with the centre of the UK’s film and television industries, so there are lots of opportunities for students to gain work experience over the duration of their course making it slightly easier to find paid work on graduating where students undertake work experience that relates to their desired career path.

Reasons to study with us at Westminster:

Westminster is ranked top 10 among UK institutions for Communication and Media Studies in the QS World University Rankings 2021
Oscar- and BAFTA-winning film alumni – graduates of this course have gone on to celebrated careers in the film industry
State-of-the-art facilities – a purpose-built studio facility with two large film and television studios, a set construction workshop, a 3D workshop, and extensive post-production facilities
Work experience with a difference – recent placements include Industrial Light and Magic, Working Title Films and positions on King Arthur, Jack Ryan and Mary Queen of Scots

Our links to industries mean that the course is supported by professionals in the sector. Students benefit from workshops and tutorials that introduce them to different skills and specialisations, and allow them to develop these skills in an industry-style production context. As well as influencing career choices, leading professionals also tutor students on their productions.

Please feel free to take a look at our Film and Television courses here https://www.westminster.ac.uk/film-a...vision-courses

Best wishes,

James
Course Enquiries Team
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