Design for Film, Television and Events MA
This flexible course is particularly suitable for graduates and professionals who are prepared for independent critical thought, analysis and problem solving. You will have the opportunity to: propose your own course of study based on a project or idea you would like to explore, study part-time with tutorials negotiated around your availability, be supported and guided by our expert creative, academic and technical staff, have access to industry-standard facilities in which to develop your practice. You will also be able to choose to take part in the MA community’s collaborative learning programme, which includes cross-community projects, guest lectures and workshops run by visiting professionals from many areas of the creative industries. our MA Design for Film, Television and Events by Registered Project course offers part-time study that can be adapted to your individual needs and interests. This course has no set curriculum; instead you will propose and negotiate a project which will form your course of study.
You will develop a project plan and a professional learning agreement with your tutor to establish the overall aims of your Masters degree project. Lectures, seminars and specialised subject-based workshops are delivered throughout this module.
You will refine and focus on your project through more specialised study, individual activities and subject-specific events.
You'll focus on independent working towards the final part of your MA project.
A good Honours degree (minimum 2.2) or equivalent in a relevant discipline, or relevant experience; examples of work; a personal statement.
Television Studies Leisure Studies Film Studies Graphic Design Interior Design
FUNDING INFORMATIONPostgraduate funding & scholarships at Nottingham Trent University
City Centre Campus