Duration: two years
Intake periods: February 2015, October 2015
Fees: UK/EU £6,000; international £6,500 (scholarships available)
Funding: students taking this course may be eligible for course funding. Depending on your chosen intake, you must apply for funding within a certain period. Contact a programme advisor for further information.
This two-year programme develops the practical techniques required to create studio video projects and productions. At the start of the course you will acquire basic camera management, lighting and sound design skills, progressing on to script writing, directing and film making. You will have the opportunity to create short narratives and concept pieces, covering all stages of production, allowing you to reach a professional level of training.
This course is divided into six terms, each lasting 10 weeks; each of these terms incorporates independent learning and self-reflection. During your time at LCCA during you may be selected for work experience, which is a great opportunity to utilise the skills you have learnt in a working environment.
|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3|
|Contextual studies||Research techniques||Film studies|
|Camera and lighting||Music video production||Animation techniques|
|Practical skills||Editing||Documentary production|
|Term 1||Term 2||Term 3|
|Scriptwriting||Fiction production||Project design|
|Directing||Implemenation and evaluation|
|Producer for moving image||Special subject investigation||Career development|
Option by arrangement: Work experience in the creative media sector
Minimum qualifications: UK applicants: four GCSEs (C or above) and two A levels (D or above) any NARIC recognised equivalence
- IELTS 5.5 (min. 5.0 in each component)
- PTE 51 (min. 51 in each component)
We equip our graduates with skills for direct progression into careers in a range of areas within the film industry. These include: producing, directing, editing, scriptwriting and camerawork. It is also ideal if you are looking to progress into higher education in the form of professional qualifications or a degree.
Notice: London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA) is an academic division of the London School of Business & Finance (LSBF). The courses described on this page are provided by LSBF (t/a LCCA). This website provides information both about courses provided by London College of Contemporary Arts Ltd and London School of Business & Finance (UK) Limited, t/a LCCA. We will always make it clear which entity provides your course and is responsible for academic standards and the student experience before you sign up and on our offer letters. All courses specifically designated for student support are provided exclusively by LSBF.
What our students say
I thoroughly enjoy the movie nights at LCCA. There is usually a broad spectrum of films shown, from comedies and dramas to tragic films in the Greek tradition and horror.
At the end of the movie nights, the audience often debates the merits of the film watched. Bevan Walsh and Karen are great mentors at the events, steering debate by interjecting with their valuable critical opinions and professional insights.
Their encouragement for us to follow in the footsteps of our onscreen heroes is greatly appreciated.
HND Creative Media Production