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BA HonsMedia Production

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A graduate with a degree in Media Production will have the
opportunity to explore a career in any industry that requires
excellent communications and team-working skills. Media Production
graduates often go on to work in television and radio production,
digital media production, journalism, teaching, advertising, media and

During the course you will:

  • Experience a broad based course that exposes you to a range of
    media production areas
  • Explore an integrated theory/practice programme focused on the
    processes through which media artifacts are created
  • Experience an emphasis on the development of skills for
    professional practice in the media industries
  • Have access to a wide range of professional production equipment -
    the University of Bedfordshire is an Apple Centre of Education
  • Have an opportunity to participate in and contribute to the
    student festivals and competitions organised by the Division
  • Have access to the latest world class research in media through
    your tutors and the research institute RIMAD
  • Benefit from excellent production facilities, including
    broadcast-standard television and radio studios
  • Have the opportunity to get involved with the community radio
    station based in the University
  • Enjoy regular opportunities to attend media-related events and
    conferences, featuring international practitioners and theorists, held
    at the University

Areas of study you may cover on this course include:

  • Documentary and drama production
  • Radio production
  • New media production
  • Scriptwriting
  • Video and audio techniques and skills
  • Working in the media
  • Media theory
  • Film studies


Career opportunities


This course has the media industry at its heart. The material you
will cover within the course is not confined to a single academic
discipline but is selected because of its relevance to the way the
industry functions. This will ensure that everything you study will
contribute to your personal intellectual development and also be
applicable to a career in the media. You will maintain an online
portfolio / showreel of all your work as you progress through the

Your career in the media starts when you join the course, not when
you leave. From the outset, you will be encouraged to relate your
ideas to opportunities in the media. Throughout your second year you
will explicitly study current and emerging industry practices and the
ways in which people start and develop their career. You will be
encouraged to develop direct industry contacts through master classes
given by visiting industry professionals and you may also participate
in community based production projects to get a feel for how real
projects operate. Some students may access work placement
opportunities. These can count towards your degree if appropriately
designed and completed.

The University provides excellent support for career management and
so an introduction to these services will be included within the
second year unit Working in the Media.

The final term of your third year will be devoted to a single, large
project. This is an opportunity to bring together all the skills you
have learnt and to produce the best possible piece of work you can,
under simulated industry conditions. The final product will form the
centerpiece of your portfolio / showreel and will help you demonstrate
your skills to prospective employers.



The creative, analytical and practical skills you will acquire will
equip you for many different careers both within the media industries
and beyond. You will graduate with immediately relevant vocational
skills together with the ability to develop and plan your career,
capitalising on the intellectual skills that will serve you throughout
your life.

You will be ideally placed to contribute to media industry
developments and contribute to the next generation of media

On completing this course students are likely to progress into the
following areas:

  • Freelance/Contract media production, particularly in the areas of
    film and TV production
  • Graduate entry to major media employer training schemes
  • Corporate media/PR work
  • Media teaching and lecturing

Further study:

This course is an ideal preparation for specialised MA programmes in
TV and film. You will also have access to a wide range of more general
media-related courses.

Apply now! Fall semester 2020/21
This intake is not applicable

We are currently NOT ACCEPTING applications from NON-EU countries, except Georgia and Serbia.

Studies commence
Oct 1, 2020
Apply now! Spring semester 2019/20
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Feb 1, 2020

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States