Who is this programme for?:
This course is for students who want a mix of classroom learning and practical experience of documentary making in London. The course provides insights into both the theory and practice of media planning and production. Through lectures and project planning, students will learn about the different mass media, their influence on society and how the information we all use and need is brought to us.
“The documentary – making was really good fun! I learned lots of new skills” - Student comment
Learn the theory in the lectures, then put what you have learned into practice by creating, editing and presenting a short documentary in a group.
The English language classes are integrated with the course topics. Particular emphasis is placed on developing your speaking and discussion skills. Your team building, interviewing and negotiating skills will also be enhanced.
Areas of study will include:
- Broadcast media
- The New Media
Videos Produced by Summer School students
Click on the Structure tab for more details and to see what structure the lectures will follow.
English language recommendations for students choosing subject courses: Students will need at least an intermediate level of English in order to understand the lectures, which are delivered at undergraduate level, and to engage in lively discussion in the seminars and tutorials. See our brochure for further details of appropriate language test scores.