HD in Film & Television Production

"A Symbol of excellence "

About The Course

The Higher Diploma in Film & Television Production is designed to give students the opportunity to express themselves through the medium of film. The programme combines an emphasis on the art of filmmaking and the visual representation of story with the development of technical, organisational and production skills. It consists of four main areas : Theory and Analysis, Camera, Lighting and Art Direction. There is an emphasis on Visual Language and Cinematography. Students will be encouraged to examine the variety of styles used in film both historically and currently. The course uses the latest Television cameras & editing equipment to give students extensive practical skills and technical knowledge required to work in the television and video production industries. Our purpose built facilities include a TV Studio, Control Room and Editing suites with the latest digital technology.

Career Opportunities

  • Production Assistant
  • Production Manager
  • Producer, Director
  • Assistant Director
  • Casting Director
  • Cinematographer
  • Focus Puller
  • Loader
  • Gaffer
  • Grip Editor
  • VFX editor
  • Scriptwriter
  • Script editor
  • Film reviewer
  • Film Publicist
  • Camera operator
  • Digital imaging technician
  • Dolly grip
  • Editor
  • Post production supervisor
  • Screenwriter

Entry Requirements

Normal Entry

For normal entry into the Higher Diploma in Film and Television Production programme applicants should have at least 5 O-Level subjects including English Language. Any other additional qualification is an added advantage.

Special Entry

Candidates who have successfully completed a certificate in any creative arts sector or have obtained equivalent qualifications may apply for entry into Higher Diploma in Film and Television Production programme subject to availability of places.

Mature Entry

Ordinary level holders who have worked for more than three years without certification in the particular creative arts sector.

Block Release School

The aim of the Block Release school programme is to provide academic support to those creative arts practitioners who are already in the field who need to upgrade their skills and knowledge in the form of certification but do the training at a pace they can manage. These individuals hold qualifications lower than the Higher Diploma level