What will I learn?

Film is a vital form of cultural output. The way films are produced and distributed is constantly changing, but their ability to educate, entertain and inspire audiences remains the same. If you’re looking for a vibrant programme designed to explore all facets of film and the film industry, this BA (Hons) Film Studies degree is the right choice for you.What exactly do film studies at university involve? You’ll explore a range of critical approaches to film, from developments in American and British cinema to representations of masculinity throughout Hollywood history. With a truly global focus, you’ll also delve into cinema from across Europe, Latin America, Asia and beyond, evaluating the role of cinema as a major entertainment industry as well as thinking about film as a political, socio-cultural and artistic proposition. What’s more, this degree in film studies gives you the chance to learn alongside recognised scholars of film culture, with a wide range of specialist modules on offer that will help you align your course with the topics that interest you most. With industry links and a focus, especially, on areas like film journalism, film festivals and distribution and exhibition, this degree is also importantly designed to align you with the sector itself.In the latest National Student Survey, this film studies degree received 100% overall student satisfaction (University of Salford analysis of unpublished NSS 2020 data).Films are vital cultural outputs. The way they are produced and distributed is constantly changing, but their ability to educate, entertain and inspire audiences remains the same. If you’re looking for a vibrant programme designed to explore all facets of the film industry, this BA (Hons) Film Studies degree is the right choice for you.What exactly do film studies at university involve? You’ll explore a range of critical approaches to film, from developments in American and British cinema to representations of masculinity throughout Hollywood history. With a truly global focus, you’ll also delve into cinema from across Europe and beyond, evaluating its role within a major entertainment industry. What’s more, this degree in film studies gives you the chance to learn alongside recognised scholars of film culture, with a wide range of specialist modules on offer that will help you align your course with the topics that interest you most.In the latest National Student Survey, this film studies degree received 100% overall student satisfaction (University of Salford analysis of unpublished NSS 2020 data).To find out more, take a look at some of the work our final year students have produced on this course.**You will**- Explore a wide range of critical approaches to film in a variety of contexts- Develop your understanding of American, British, Asian and selected global cinemas, from their origins to the present day- Acquire the techniques needed to research and analyse key film movements in cinema **Visit our Film Studies degree CourseFinder webpage** https://bit.ly/2NDMCnR**Explore all of our Film, TV and Radio courses and read our helpful FAQs** https://bit.ly/3qTowUw**Sign-up to an Open Day or Campus Tour** https://bit.ly/3sAsT8m

Which department am I in?

School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

September 2022

Venue

Main Site

The Crescent,

Salford,

Manchester,

M5 4WT, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Must include a B Grade in A-Level Maths AND a B Grade in either A-Level:Physics (PASS practical)Chemistry (PASS practical)ElectronicsDesign and TechnologyComputer ScienceA B Grade in AS-Level Physics would also be acceptedA-Level Statistics is not suitable as a Numerate Science.Students who have studied Mechanics modules as part of their A levels - refer to Tutor (must have A2 maths)

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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