BSc (Hons) Television Production & Technology
- UCAS CodeHW66
- Year of entry 2022
- Duration 3 YRS (FT)
- UCAS Tariff 80-112
- Institution Code G53
- Location Wrexham
4K & HD
cameras & equipment access in the university TV studio
IT and editing facilities
a theoretical and practical understanding across a range of skills in pre-production, production and post-production
Why choose this course?
Our Television Production and Technology course is developed in close collaboration with the BBC, Skillset and leading industry experts, and is built around the practical use of the university’s Centre for the Creative Industries and its wide range of facilities, so you can learn and work in a real production environment.
- focuses on exploring current and emerging technologies applicable to still and moving image production
- allows students to engage in the day-to-day operation of the production facility, extending student participation beyond the lecture theatre
- enables students to develop a theoretical and practical understanding across a range of skills in pre-production, production and post-production.
- centres around the use of the university’s television studio where students explore single and multi-camera filmmaking in addition to lighting and acquisition for visual effects work
- is designed to teach and develop skills across disciplines and covers a broad range of technologies that will help in the development of your own portfolio.
Discover more about our Creative Media courses and facilities from our staff and students.
Key course features
- The Centre for the Creative Industries supports work across a range of creative disciplines using the latest in television production technology.
- Glyndwr’s Television Studio, which features 4K and High Definition cameras and equipment and multi-camera control room.
- Students lead Glyndwr.tv live sessions, streamed live and featuring a mixture of high profile as well as local bands and performers.
- Our graduates have collaborated with a range of local companies including NHS Wales, Wales Rugby League, Clwyd Theatre Cymru and numerous local organisations and productions.
- Past graduates have gone on to work with media companies such as the BBC, Universal Music, QVC and Technicolor and other students have taken on freelance roles and formed their own production companies.
- Previous Creative Industries events at the University have included Ffresh Student Moving Image Festival of Wales and an annual Creative Futures networking event.
- The IT facilities form a core part of course delivery, introducing a range of Non Linear Editing software such as Final Cut, Premiere and AVID as well as colour correction, compositing and 3D packages. These IT facilities are also open access and are available to students in order to develop their skills.
What you will study
Each year of the programme is designed to introduce new concepts, skills and theories and progression to the next level will leverage and develop core skills in a cumulative way.
YEAR 1 (LEVEL 4)
- Introduction to Audio Skills
- Introduction to Screen Skills
- Study Skills
- Creative Futures 1 (Employability Portfolio)
- Stock Media Asset Design
- Media Production
YEAR 2 (LEVEL 5)
- Studio Production Standards
- Visual Effects
- Audio for Screen Media
- Broadcast Standards
- Research Methods
- Advanced Studio (TV)
YEAR 3 (LEVEL 6)
- Client Collaboration
- Media Delivery
- Emergent Media Techniques
The information listed in this section is an overview of the academic content of the programme that will take the form of either core or option modules. Modules are designated as core or option in accordance with professional body requirements and internal academic framework review, so may be subject to change.
Entry requirements & applying
The academic requirements for the course are 80-112 UCAS tariff points at GCE A-level or equivalent.
Teaching & Assessment
There is a range of assessment methods used for this course including creating music productions, essays, work based learning, portfolios, reports, and presentations.
In addition to lectures and workshops, students on this course are encouraged to explore this vital facility for their own projects to enhance and support learning and development.
All assessments are project based.
TEACHING AND LEARNING
Wrexham Glyndŵr University is committed to supporting our students to maximise their academic potential.
We offer workshops and support sessions in areas such as academic writing, effective note-making and preparing for assignments. Students can book appointments with academic skills tutors dedicated to helping deal with the practicalities of university work. Our Student Support section has more information on the help available.
In terms of particular needs, the University’s Inclusion team can provide appropriate guidance and support should any students require reasonable adjustments to be made because of a recognised prevailing disability, medical condition, or specific learning difference.
Our Careers and employability service is there to help you make decisions and plan the next steps towards a bright future. From finding work or further study to working out your interests, skills and aspirations, they can provide you with the expert information, advice and guidance you need.
Careers opportunities include:
- Broadcasting - We have a range of successful broadcasters working for national companies in pre-production, production and post-production.
- Video Production - Establishing their own or working for independent producers on a variety of projects for a wide range of clients.
- Post-production - Video editing and compositing skills are developed throughout the degree and offer a strong foothold for VFX and other Post Production roles.
- Photography - Image capture, both still and video is at the heart of the curriculum and students have gone on to produce a range of photographic work.
- Production and Studio Management - Many opportunities exist for graduated to use their skills for project management and other client commissions.
Fees & funding
You do not have to pay your tuition fees upfront.
Wrexham Glyndŵr University’s tuition fees for 2022/23 for a full-time undergraduate degree course are TBC.
The fees you pay and the support available will depend on a number of different factors. Full information can be found on our fees & finance pages.
If you’re looking for a place to stay while you study then take a look at our accommodation section to get more information on your options, including our on-campus halls of residence Wrexham Village.
If you are applying as an European / International Student, and live outside of the UK, you should make your application through our online application system, Centurus.
For information about the university’s entry requirements for EU/international students, please visit our international section.