One year Full Time, Two years Part Time
Campus, Full-time and Part-time
If you want to create broadcast content for live clients, gain broadcast credit while studying and experience the broadcast industry, look no further.
UCLan graduates work for ITV, BBC, MUTV, ADI and Televideo. The Media Factory Preston is complete with 120 square meter broadcast TV studio, production gallery and applications room. 115 square metre chroma-key infinity stage, 8 camera, multi-sensor motion capture suite, external drama set including: pub, flats and corner shop, a 360 emotional intelligence facility across 3 rooms, external production gallery and simulation offices. The course provides an output for specialist interests including Sports Television, Live Event and Drama Production. This course focusses on the individual learner and aims to enable and enhance the programme makers of the future; honing creative flair and developing multi-skilled content production and development.
A 2:2 in a Television and Media Production related BA (Hons) degree from the UK or equivalent (non-UK) qualification. Consideration will be given to alternative BA (equivalent) qualifications to applicants with creative industries’ work experience. Applications from individuals with non-standard qualifications, relevant work or life experience will be considered.
180 credits as follows:
ITV & UCLAN SOAP IN A WEEK: BEHIND THE SCENES
The course offers learners the opportunity to create broadcast content for a live client from week one. Utilising our in-house facilities, learners work to gain essential and invaluable broadcast credit from the start of their course. Our students are given placement opportunities in a range of broadcast realms and students go on to work for ITV, BBC, MUTV, ADI and Televideo. With exceptional links to major broadcasters and staff with decades of relevant broadcast experience, the MA in Television Production is delivered at the Media Factory in the heart of Preston.
Facilities at the Media Factory include: 120 square meter broadcast TV studio with production gallery and managed application space, 115 square metres chroma-key infinity stage, 8 camera, multi-sensor motion capture suite. Along with this we have a recently-installed external drama set including pub, flats and corner shop, (new for 2018) emotional intelligence facility across 3 rooms including 360 remote audio and video monitoring, external production gallery and simulation offices. To finish your production we have Adobe Creative Cloud supported, networked post-production facilities across 5 sites. Finally we have 7 audio recording facilities including recording studios and Neve digital sound suites for finishing and dubbing. The Media Factory offers a collaborative environment for film makers, musicians and performers to work alongside the Television Producers of the future.
The course provides an output for specialist interests including Sports Television, Live Event and Drama Production through our customisable study options. UCLan MA Television Production focusses on the individual learner and aims to enable and enhance the programme makers of the future; honing a creative flair and developing multi-skilled content production and development.
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Course team includes industry practitioners, guest lectures and workshops form a strong aspect of delivery.
The course bridges the gap between academia, practical skills development and industry. Focussing on shortages in industry skills shortages, in both Production Management and Studio Engineering.
Final year undergraduate and postgraduate media students have the opportunity to get involved in our annual cJAM employability event. cJAM shakes-up the traditional career fair format and gives UCLan students face-to-face time with up to 30 successful industry professionals all of whom have come to the event with the offer of valuable work placement opportunities. The cJAM event format consists of four main components: