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Why should you study a film, video and TV degree abroad?

Choosing to study a film, video and TV degree abroad will teach you the basics of production techniques, from how to produce a narrative structure to digital editing to using different filming shots. You will also study the history of film and television, exploring the theory behind cultural expression and what makes something art.

You should expect to spend time on work placements or internships during most degrees, allowing to get the vital work experience needed to get ahead in industry.

How can you benefit from studying a film, video and TV degree abroad?
 

If you’ve always fancied working on TV and film, whether as a producer, editor, presenter or broadcaster, then a degree in this sector will give you the experience and skills necessary to break into industry.

This is a degree for creative, hardworking students who want to develop the next generation of award-winning films and TV series.

Opting to study a film, video and TV degree abroad will give you plenty of different skills depending on which area you choose to specialise in. You might learn about production and editing techniques, work on scriptwriting or be in charge of shooting schedules. There are many different roles and skills that you could gain.

Some of the skills you will gain studying a film, video and TV degree abroad will include:

  • Teamwork
  • Creativity
  • Ability to work to deadlines
  • Communication
  • Technical/IT proficiency
  • Project management
     

What types of jobs can I apply for with this degree?
 

Studying a film, video and TV degree abroad will allow you to develop the technical skills and industry contacts needed to break into this demanding and competitive sector. Graduates will normally be looking to get into production and editing, working on the entire creative process of a TV degree or film from start to end.

Most graduates will start out as runners or junior editors on film or TV sets, which can be extremely low paid positions.
Some of the jobs that film, video and TV graduates secure after completing their qualifications include:

  • Runner
  • Junior editor
  • Production assistant
  • Program researcher
  • Camera operator
  • Presenter

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