What will I learn?

Digital Television Production is designed to prepare you for a career in the media and television industries. The course enables you to develop the right skillset, as well as the professional mindset needed to succeed.This is a practical course within an academic framework. The focus of the course is on the origination and development of ideas, as well as the production of multi-platform programmes and other digital content appropriate to the modern TV industry.The distinctiveness of the course also comes from our strong industry links and connections that will enable you to learn though real-world projects. Ravensbourne has offered Television training for over 40 years. Our reputation is one of our selling points, as we are known in the Industry for the high calibre of our graduates. This can open doors for you when applying for jobs or making contact with potential employers. We regularly work on projects with Channel 4, BBC and BT Sport, as well as other prestigious companies, such as The Royal Shakespeare Company. You will have regular contact with industry professionals, teaching from TV practitioners and practical training in the use of broadcast standard equipment and facilities. You will pitch formats to commissioning editors and present ideas to clients in response to live briefs. There will be hands-on experience of the pre-production, production and post-production processes. This means that you will be able to experience a wide range of Television job roles. We will help you to develop in to a multi-skilled professional, ready to enter the Television Industry, whilst also supporting you if you wish tobuild skills in a particular area of expertiseThis course teaches students a varied skillset which covers all areas of television production and the wider broadcast media. The course is taught through a mix of practice and theory-based learning which includes lectures, workshops, seminars, projects and self-directed study, and is led by production and broadcast experts. The origination and the development of ideas is at the heart of this undergraduate degree, as well as the production of multi-platform programmes and other digital content appropriate to the modern TV industry.Key study topics include:- TV studio- Location shooting- Interactive media and scripting- Producing for different genres such as drama, documentary, entertainment, factual, sports and news- Cameras- Pre-production, production and post-production processes for multi- camera and single-camera productions as well in live broadcasting- Lighting- Sound- Vision mixing- Editing

Which department am I in?

Higher Education

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
£16,500.00 (US$ 22,710) per year
This is a fixed fee
Start date

September 2022


Main Site

6 Penrose Way,



SE10 0EW, England

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