Our teaching team has close connections with film directors, writers, distributors and journalists who give guest lectures, ensuring your learning is relevant to current practice.
Our teaching team has close connections with film directors, writers, distributors and journalists who give guest lectures, ensuring your learning is relevant to current practice.Our varied assessment methods develop a range of critical, creative and communication skills.The course provides a broad grounding in film history, criticism, practice and industry skills.
Joint degree options: Creative Writing and Film Studies combines different kinds of writing skills with a focus on cinema, and emphasises screenwriting.
English and Film Studies draws on expertise from our respected team of adaptation specialists, focusing on the relationship between film and fiction.
How to apply: International students can apply to study at DMU directly using the DMU Online Portal.
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The degree offers coaching and guidance for achieving industry placements, and students from DMU have gone on to take up internships with BBC Films, Warp Films and others.
The degree can be taken in sandwich mode – if you find a suitable placement, you can work in the business for a year, receive credit, and return to complete your studies.
Since graduating from DMU, Keiran has created his own Film Production Company, Image Nova, and has praised the blend of theoretical and practical projects of his course.
He said: “De Montfort University as a whole is continuing to improve their courses and campus, proving a strong contender for any student wishing to make an inspiring start to their further education." Institution code: D26 UCAS course code: Film Studies and Journalism: PP35 Film Studies and Media: P390 Creative Writing and Film Studies: WP83 English Literature and Film Studies: WQ63 Duration: Three years full-time or six years part-time Fees and funding: For 2019/20 tuition fees will be £9,250 Find out more about tuition fees and available funding.
Students on our Writing, Reviewing and Film Criticism module (Year One) run a film blog and are set writing commissions by external partners, including Leicester's Phoenix Square cinema.
Students taking our Professional Practice in British Cinema option (Year Two) gain experience of developing and delivering a film festival in a range of roles.