BEng (Hons) — 2024 entry Film Production and Broadcast Engineering

With a new TV studio and sound stage, and award-winning teaching staff from across the film, TV and recording sectors, our accredited Film Production and Broadcast Engineering BEng (Hons) degree combines engineering theory, artistic visual storytelling and content production with practical skills for the creative industries.

Key course information

Start date
September 2024
Full time
3 years
UK fees
Overseas fees
Subject area
Film production
Stag Hill
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Why choose
this course?

Our BEng Film Production and Broadcast Engineering course (previously called Film and Video Production Technology) combines broadcast engineering, media encoding and distribution, content production, artistic visual storytelling and professional film making.

We will provide you with an all-round education in this fascinating subject and prepare you for a vast range of careers across the film and broadcast industries.

We now boast a state of the art new sound stage for future filming projects, along with brand new TV studio production rooms.

We have excellent relationships with many broadcasters, media companies and manufacturers, which offer award winning Professional Training placements. We work in partnership with companies including Sky, EMG, Vivid Broadcast, Dolby and many others to help them find graduate recruits.

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