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Scriptwriting (Screen and Radio) @ Aberystwyh University

Posted on 18 March 2011 by BMMBoxer

Course Branch: Television and Radio


Course Name:
Scriptwriting (Screen and Radio) (MA)


Location City, Country
: Wales, United Kingdom


College:
Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies


University:
Aberystwyth University

University Description: The University offers a variety of practical, design and academic courses relating to the study of Theatre, Performance, Television, Film, Media and Communication through the medium of both English and Welsh at postgraduate level.

Course Description: The MA Scriptwriting (Screen and Radio) seeks to provide the skills, knowledge and experience that all prospective writers need to enter the industry with confidence.  It combines theoretical, analytical and practical elements to develop your understanding of the sources and stimuli that inspire your own scripts, as well as aiding in the development of your personal voice.

On completion of the degree, students will have created a portfolio of work to a professional standard, from initial concept to finished draft and thereby be prepared for professional practice.

Duration In Years (In Months): 1.5 years (18 mths)

Fee Structure: £9500 (approx. Rs. 6,93,190) Full Time

Eligibility Criteria: Applicants should normally possess a good first degree (2:1 or above) but we will consider applicants with other experience which gives an equivalent basis for entry.

Prospective Masters students should ensure that they have arranged with referees for their references to be available as required.


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Practising Theatre and Performance @ Aberystwyh University

Posted on 18 March 2011 by BMMBoxer

Course Branch: Theatre


Course Name:
Practising Theatre and Performance (MA)


Location City, Country
: Wales, United Kingdom


College:
Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies


University:
Aberystwyth University

University Description: The University offers a variety of practical, design and academic courses relating to the study of Theatre, Performance, Television, Film, Media and Communication through the medium of both English and Welsh at postgraduate level.

Course Description: This new and exciting taught MA course combines both practical and critical approaches to the study of a broad range of performance forms and methodologies, with particular attention to devised performance, physical theatre, site-specific work and time-based art as they are manifest historically, culturally and experimentally. Students will be experimenting with practice from the outset and be challenged to think about performance in innovative ways.

Duration In Years (In Months): Full Time – 1 year (12 mths) Part Time – 2 years (24 mths)


Fee Structure:
£9500 (approx. Rs. 6,93,190) Full Time
£4750 (approx. Rs. 3,46,595) Part Time

Eligibility Criteria: At least a 2.1 award (or equivalent overseas qualification) in cognate subject areas (Performance Studies, Theatre Studies and Drama; other subject area feeders will be considered if student shows sufficient relevant learning. Such entry would be provisional upon for instance a portfolio of professional work and an extended interview.).
Students may alternatively be able to show evidence of relevant equivalent qualifications and/or work experience. (Such entry would be provisional upon for instance a portfolio of professional work and an extended interview.)

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Film Studies @ Aberystwyh University

Posted on 18 March 2011 by BMMBoxer

Course Branch: Film


Course Name:
Film Studies (MA)
Location City, Country: Wales, United Kingdom


College:
Department of Theatre, Film and Television Studies


University:
Aberystwyth University

University Description: The University offers a variety of practical, design and academic courses relating to the study of Theatre, Performance, Television, Film, Media and Communication through the medium of both English and Welsh at postgraduate level.

Course Description: The MA programme in film studies focuses upon the advanced study of cinema.  It assumes that you have attained a degree of expertise before starting and will aim to deal with the familiar in a more sophisticated manner and the unfamiliar in theoretical, historical and material terms. The Film Studies Master’s degree has two parts.  The first consists of four modules: Film Text Analysis, British Film History, Research Methods and Film and Cultural Value.  Part Two consists mainly of the dissertation, which is a substantial piece of scholarly research, on a subject of your own choice, chosen and discussed in detail with a supervisor in the Department.

Duration In Years (In Months): Full Time – 1 year (12 mths)

Fee Structure: £9500 (approx. Rs.6,93,190)

Eligibility Criteria: Applicants should normally possess a good first degree (2:1 or above) but applicants with other experience which gives an equivalent basis will be considered for entry.  Prospective Masters students should ensure that they have arranged with referees for their references to be available as required.

Non-native English speakers are required to take a University recognised test of academic English language proficiency with required minimum proficiency levels equating to an IELTS score of 7.0 or a TOEFL score of 610 (paper based test) or 250 (computer based) with an essay rating of 5.5 or 100 (internet based).

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