Bachelor of Film, Radio and Television

Bachelor of Film, Radio and Television

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Canterbury University
Canterbury University
Types of study:
Knowledge area:
Communication, Advertising and Journalism
On Campus
3 Years
EU: 9.250€ / Overseas: 11.900£
European student
Non European student
The building will have bespoke learning spaces for our art and design students and will be equipped with the latest technology.


Studying Film, Radio and Television at Christ Church gives you the opportunity to learn about, and work in, a variety of media.

Working both individually and as part of a team, you will explore theory and practice as you develop the production and analytical skills you need to succeed in the emerging media landscape. Using industry standard equipment and facilities, you will be well equipped for entry into the media industries. You will have access to:

  • Our refurbished £350,000 Television studio and gallery
  • Film and post production equipment including the Arri Amira and Black Magic digital film cameras, the DJI Osmo, AVID and Pro Tools
  • Four dedicated radio studios, a student radio station CSR (Canterbury Student Radio) run in a collaboration between FRTV students in CCCU and the University of Kent

The programme has employability at its heart, and is taught by experienced and passionate tutors. In addition, visiting industry professionals will offer you guidance and advice through workshops and dedicated masterclasses.

You will explore areas including:

  • Film production
  • Radio production
  • Television production
  • Critical theory and the creative industries.

Specialist facilities

The course uses a fully equipped television studio featuring Sony cameras, Vinton Osprey Elite Pedestals and green screen. The studio gallery has a 2 ME Ross Carbonite desk with Expressions Designer Graphics, Vision 2 Lighting software, Vision Control area, and a Calrec Brio digital sound desk. There are also several radio studios and a dubbing suite.

Portable equipment includes a range of HD digital video cameras including the Panasonic HPX 250, Black Magic Cinema and URSA cameras and the Arri Amira. Postproduction facilities include Avid and Adobe After Effects software on an Editshare network.

The building will have bespoke learning spaces for our art and design students and will be equipped with the latest technology.

What can I do next?

Graduates of Film, Radio and Television go on to work in a range of professional roles in the film, radio and television industries, including camera operator, film editor, director and producer. They also progress to a variety of graduate­level jobs in the wider media and non­media industries. Other graduates go on to postgraduate study at Canterbury Christ Church University and elsewhere. The course helps you become multi­skilled, developing your technical and creative skills to the professional level needed for entry into the creative media industries.

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