University of Leicester
Our Film Studies BA provides you with the necessary skills to critically analyse film. You will gain an understanding of how directors and producers approach their work, how critics and other audiences consume film and give voice to their opinions, and of the place of cinema within different social, cultural, historical and industrial contexts.
Leicester is ranked among the top 15 places in the UK for Film Studies*. We offer an exciting and wide-ranging approach to the study of film, television and other visual arts. You will study filmmaking from the silent era to the twenty-first century, from Hollywood to the avant-garde, and different national and transnational cinemas.
A/AS-levels: BBB. Two AS-levels considered in place of one A-Level. General Studies is accepted
EPQ with A-levels: BBC + EPQ at grade B
Access to HE Diploma: Pass relevant diploma with 45 credits at level 3, 24 of which must be at distinction
International Baccalaureate: Pass Diploma with 28 points
BTEC Nationals: Pass Diploma with DDM
T Levels: Merit in Management and Administration
Our curriculum includes employability and practical modules such as ‘Film and Art: Academic Study and the Workplace’, ‘Film Production’ and ‘Film and Art Journalism’.
Our graduates have found work with companies such as:
British Board of Film Clasification
At the very beginning of your course you’ll take the short, non-credit bearing Academic and Study Skills.
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