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The standard entry requirement for the degree will be 80 UCAS points, with a minimum of grade C/4 in GCSE English and Maths.
The Institute will also encourage applications from non-traditional learners who lack formal academic qualifications. All non-traditional applicants will be assessed through an interview assessing their overall interest in the subject matter as well as current academic skills, set an appropriate piece of work (an essay and practical task), a judgement is then made considering their academic potential and relevant experience and skills. For example, a person may not have a background in media, but have excellent problem solving and team work abilities and have a desire to change careers through training. In line with a strengths-based approach to widening participation, students without direct experience will be offered extra support from the Success Coaches, as well as the Academic Achievement Coach, and will also benefit from regular tutorials with the Programme Leader so that they feel they are fully supported during their educational journey.
Applicants may be admitted with credit for prior certificated learning (APcL) or work/life experience or other uncertificated learning (APeL) – refer to the Higher Education Quality Handbook.
On this course you will be taught by industry professionals throughout the degree programme. In the first year, most of your skills will be taught through workshop practice, with seminars underpinning your academic skills. In the second year, you will take ownership of your projects and you will be expected to have a more proactive approach, with you working in collaboration with the lecturer to complete all projects.
Students should expect to be in classes at least two days a week, with the remainder of their time split between professional practice, and working on their own assignments.