Participate in small-group seminars, lectures with visiting practitioners, practical workshops, film and theatre trips, self-directed study and one-to-one tutorials. Each module is made up of different teaching methods.
MA Film and Creative Enterprise teaching methods
Seminars and lectures
View screenings and analyse films and performances in small-group seminars. Lectures introduce new topics, and many host visiting practitioners.
Film and theatre trips
The University is just a 30 minute train journey to London Paddington. We run regular trips to London for theatre shows, film screenings and film festivals.
Your academic tutor will provide one-to-one support throughout your course. A specialist supervisor will help you develop the topic of your final project and support you with the written elements.
Some modules will be taught via practical workshops, exercises and group supervision of projects. This will be a chance to explore key methodologies and strategies.
If you select our placement module, you'll either self-organise a placement or analyse an industry, organisation or role of your choice. This allows you to develop your skills and identify your career goals.
MA by Research teaching methods
Choose your specialist film, theatre or television research topic and carry out self-directed study with a dedicated supervisor. You'll also take taught modules, present your work and attend research training sessions with the Doctoral and Researcher College.
Work closely with a specialist supervisor on a research topic of your choice. This will culminate in a dissertation or practical project.
Image credit: The Sandman Wakes, Year Two film (Benedict Jewer and Kjetil Muri Skarstein)
Choose two taught modules from the MA Film and Creative Enterprise course. You'll learn through seminars, tutorials and workshops, depending on which modules you select.
Present your progress
Present your research or practical project progress to academics in the Department and receive constructive feedback.