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School Leavers

Media and Film

Are you interested in film, radio, TV, digital or print media? Would you like to explore the theoretical and practical issues of using media as a means of communication?

...then study one of our exciting media and film courses in our fabulous Creative Industries building in the centre of the city. You’ll get the chance to use the TV studios, your own learning centre and take part in many production projects throughout the year as well as contributing to our annual shows, such as the Exeter College Oscars, final project screenings and many more. There is also an opportunity for you to be involved with our radio station Spark Radio.

Potential progression options for courses in this subject area include:

Did you know?

Journalism Academy student James Jefferson completed a two week internship at FE Week in Greenwich and edited the paper’s Campus Round Up.

Former student Alistair Brammer, who studied Film and Video And Drama, has just appearred in the new film production of Les Miserables that has won Golden Globes and is nominated for Oscars.

What our students are saying

I enjoyed the whole experience of college but the tutors are really what made it great for me – inspiring me to continue studying media. They brought out the best in me academically and my peers were also a great help.

Haydon, Creative Media Production (Television and Film) - BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma

The teaching staff are so engaging and just generally the course content … Exeter College has the buzzing atmosphere you would get on a University campus, its great! I am going to Royal Holloway University to study Film production, thanks to the teaching staff here it’s been possible.

Rebecca, BTEC Print Based Media, AS World Development, BTEC Creative media Production: Film and Television

I’ve really enjoyed my A level in Photography. The teaching staff are very supportive. I am looking forward to staying on at Exeter College to study a Foundation Degree in Lens-based Media.

Ella, A Levels in Dance, Psychology and Photography
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