The University of Wolverhampton is a leading modern university with a tradition of providing opportunity and academic excellence dating back nearly 200 years.
Teaching first began in 1851 at the School of Art, and the study of art became a key focus – with new buildings, and a new name for the Municipal School of Art in 1885.
Media, Film and Television Studies with Foundation Year.
Join us at the University of Wolverhampton to study Media, Film and Television Studies and you will explore a wide range of media forms from classic cinema to social media. This will challenge and expand your understanding of the significance and role of cinema, television and digital media for society.
Educational Aims of the Course
On the course in Media, Film and Television Studies you will analyse films and other media texts, such as advertisements, and discuss how these reflect and shape our understanding of gender, ethnicity, sexuality and other aspects of identity and culture. The study of Media with Film and Television Studies will develop the analytical skills needed for students to gain a greater understanding of their own culture and the culture of others.
In Media, Film and Television Studies students will consider a range of filmic televisual and other media texts from different cultures, different directors and various genres. Students will develop analytical skills in order to understand how film and media texts can construct meaning, and inform cultural and political attitudes. Students will explore how audiences actively engage with these different media forms. On this course students will also gain an understanding of the film and media industries, and investigate the political, economic and cultural contexts of film and media production.
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