MRes Adventure Filmmaking

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The Postgraduate programmes offer a range of options for study, including a Masters by Research degree and a Postgraduate Certificate.

Key Facts

Institution Code: T80
Course Length:
Two years / Four years

Scholarships and Bursaries

Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts
Language Choice:

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The MRes Adventure Filmmaking offers postgraduate students the opportunity to gain professional specialism in adventure filmmaking, enhancing opportunities for future employment in this competitive field. Students are introduced to the principal subject areas in the field in the first 60 credits of directed study. The 120 credit Advanced Film Project which follows these taught modules enables students to acquire freelancing skills, through the production of an original and creative film project in their chosen area of specialism.

  • Adventure Documentary: Theory
  • Adventure Documentary: Practice
  • Advanced Production Skills
  • Advanced Film Project

The PgCert Adventure Filmmaking enables students to gain a postgraduate qualification in this specialised field, with modules which combine the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to work in this area of industry.

No exams. Practical coursework, essays, and presentations.

A degree or experience in film and media production.

Filmmaker, Content Provider, Media Production

UK/EU Tuition Fees

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Overseas Tuition Fees

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Bursaries and Scholarships

You may be eligible for funding to help support your study. To find out about scholarships, bursaries and other funding opportunities that are available please visit our Bursaries and Scholarships section.

£300-500 for hard drive, memory card, outdoor clothing, excursions.