3 Years

Duration

GBP 16,000

Est. Annual Tuition

1

Scholarship Available

3 Years

Duration

GBP 16,000

Est. Annual Tuition

1

Scholarship

Scholarships

GBP 100 Fee Waiver
Deadline
June 30, 2021
Education level
Undergraduate
Additional from Lock&Stock

English Language Test Fee Reimbursement

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At Essex, their distinctive curriculum allows you to take advantage of the most up-to-date developments in the field, and combine different approaches to the study of visual media. Students study a variety of different films and a number of different genres, periods and national cinemas. Students have the opportunity to develop their interests in the history of the image and in visual communication skills as well as developing their skills of making and analyzing film. In the field of art history students cover a broad history and choose from a variety of specialist options. They engage with art works that range from Old Master paintings, through the Pre-Raphaelites and Surrealists, to the most up-to-date contemporary art and visual culture. Modules explore a wide variety of media, including architecture, urbanism, photography and video, as well as painting, drawing, printmaking, performance art and sculpture. This understanding of visual history allows students to complement and enhance their exploration of different world cinemas as they learn about the history of film, and its formal aesthetics, in a variety of contexts of production and reception. Students can take modules in filmmaking, taught by film professionals with extensive industry experience. They gain hands-on practical training in all aspects of film production, including camera work, editing, and lighting, scriptwriting, and production management. Designed to support students in making links between critical analysis and creative practice, their production modules enable them to develop and apply their academic knowledge and understanding of film, refining and enriching their own practical work. Students may produce group films (learning how to work together as a team) as well as personal projects – by graduation they will have built up a fully rounded portfolio of work, enabling them to showcase their creative potential for future employers.

Key Details
Est. Annual Tuition
GBP 16,000
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Duration
3 year bachelor's degree

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