Media Studies – BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Creative Media Production

Overview

The College’s Subsidiary Diploma in Creative Media Production is a practical vocational course aimed at students wanting to develop a range of research, creative and production skills in television, computer games development, radio and print media. Students will cover radio and television advertising, music video and print production. They will also have the opportunity to create and develop a broad media portfolio to enhance their university or media career prospects.

Students will enjoy this subject if they like to learn through practical, hands-on assignments and relish working in a diverse range of media productions.

Course Content

During the course, students will have the opportunity to cover the following areas of media:

  • Music Video Production
  • Film Studies
  • Communication Skills
  • Radio Advertising Production
  • Television Advertising Production
  • Soundtrack Production

Educational Experiences

Course Specific Trips & Visits

The College runs a number of educational experiences each year to enable students to contextualise their learning. These experiences include trips and talks by visiting speakers from the Media Industry.

Recently, Media students were part of the studio audience on ITV’s Loose Women. Watching the live broadcast reinforced the lessons on camera work and editing. They also visited The Harry Potter Studios at Levesdon to participate in a story-boarding masterclass and study the set and costume designs.

Progression

Many students go on to study degree courses in Business Administration or related areas such as Management Science, Accountancy, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Banking. An A Level qualification in Business can help set students apart from other applicants and provide them with essential knowledge that will help prepare them for the world of work.Many students go on to study degree courses in Business Administration or related areas such as Management Science, Accountancy, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Banking. An A Level qualification in Business can help set students apart from other applicants and provide them with essential knowledge that will help prepare them for the world of work.

Entry Requirements & Assessment

Students wishing to do BTEC Level 3 courses, need to have (or expect to achieve) at least four GCSE passes at Grade 4 or above including English and Mathematics (and a satisfactory school reference) in order to be accepted on a BTEC Level 3 Programme.

The course is assessed through coursework. Students achieve points from their completed units. These points are added together to form an overall grade.

How To Apply

Applications for entry September 2018. The application form for the academic year 2018-2019 is available to download here.

Students should return their completed forms directly to Coulsdon College, NOT their schools. All applications will be considered according to the College's Admissions Policy. Please see the Admissions timetable for information about the College’s enrolment process.

Get in touch

Tel: 01737 551 176
Fax: 01737 551 282
Email: enquiries@coulsdon.ac.uk

Coulsdon Sixth Form College
Placehouse Lane
Old Coulsdon
Surrey
CR5 1YA

Using this site

Website by Pinksheep Marketing

© Copyright Coulsdon Sixth Form College
All Rights Reserved