Film Studies will interest anyone who not only enjoys cinema going, but is also curious about how films are put together and how they communicate to t…
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This vocational course, equivalent to three A Levels, provides you with an exciting opportunity to work and develop your skills in TV and film editing and other media-related disciplines such as advertising and radio.
Alternatively, if you are interested in studying a creative media subject with the college, then please click here to download the department brochure which contains all the information that you will need.
Standard entry requirements. Applicants are set a task to complete prior to interview.
Own camera is essential plus £145 for equipment and approximately £400 for an optional overseas trip.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract
Career options may include digital copywriter, designer, video journalist, social media management and blogging and marketing.
This course is an accepted qualification for entry into university, with students having secured places on degree courses in areas including film and documentary making, sports media and journalism, 3D animation, art and photography at universities such as Bournemouth, Winchester and Portsmouth.
I chose The Henley College because I wanted a change from school and so I could be independent with my studies. I wanted to study Creative Media Production because my strengths and passions at school were in Drama, English and Computer Science. I am now going to be studying Film Production at the University of Gloucestershire
The Creative Media course is so unique and you can tailor it to whatever you want to do whether it is editing, filming, specialising in sound and so much more. There was never a day that I wouldn’t want to go into college because every lesson was so engaging and there would always be something to look forward to. I would go home feeling inspired about what I had been doing during the day and I would find myself researching more in my own time. I’ve never been as motivated and inspired to succeed."