Receive industry-standard training in state-of-the-art facilities and turn your ideas into reality. This course provides practical and theoretical opportunities for you to develop your narrative, technical and collaborative skills as an editor.
A Bachelors Honours degree with 2:2 or equivalent in any subject, or equivalent
International entry requirements
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 6.5 with minimum 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
Mirror industry practice and learn real-world skills whilst working in dedicated edit suites with extensive network support and access to cutting-edge technology
Learn from a range of guest speakers and academic staff who have a wealth of experience working on a wide range of major broadcasters and independent films across a range of genres
Benefit from our alumni mentoring scheme where you can receive advice and guidance from an ex-student who is currently working in the industry
Graduate with a production portfolio, develop your ideas beyond industry expectations, and produce evidence of your editorial approach, which will be your calling card to industry
Our Learning Partnership with AVID ensures graduates carry even greater relevance and credibility when it comes to finding employment, including the option of gaining AVID Certified User status.
Take advantage of opportunities with RedBalloon, an award-winning professional production unit based in the Faculty of Media and Communication.
Editing Practice & Debate: Investigate the history, theory, technology and practice of editing in this series of lectures, workshops and collaborative production. You will learn how to work effectively as a creative collaborator with students from the other production disciplines and to master the technological frameworks and expectations of the role. This leads to you developing your first portfolio of edits and your ability to analyse them in the context of the wider world of editing.
Storytelling: This unit aims to examine concepts of storytelling across audio visual formats, cultures and production industries. You’ll engage with practice research methodologies to critically engage with a diverse range of narrative forms and approaches..
Editing Experiment & Enquiry: Learn how to analyse editing like a professional and to develop your own approaches to and theories of editing. Through lectures, discussions, workshops exercises and collaborative production work you will research and experiment, explore, challenge and extend the language of montage and your own voice as an editor.
Approaches to Industry: An introduction to key skills and knowledge you´ll need for employment in the media industries. An opportunity to develop your ambitions and strategies for entering the creative industries wherever you choose.
Media Production Masters Project: This unit allows you to utilise the editing skills, knowledge and professional competence you’ve gained on this course to work individually or in collaboration with a production team of other students to develop a portfolio and analysis of your editing work, or an individually or collaboratively written thesis.
Roles our Post Production Editing graduates are now undertaking include:
Post Production Assistant
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