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This course is validated by: University of the Arts London

Creative Media Production and Technology (UAL) Level 3

Course Information

  • Course Code: MP001CD
  • Duration: 2 academic years
  • Start Date: 07-Sep-20, 06-Sep-21
  • Approved by: University of the Arts London
  • Study mode: Full Time

The Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Media Production & Technology has been designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to access and progress to degree-level study and employment in the media sector.

The focus of this course is for you to develop industry-standard production processes, as well as technical and creative skills. You will learn how to plan, film and edit a range of productions – this could include TV and radio adverts, music videos, film trailers, documentaries, short films, campaign videos etc. 

If you have a passion and desire to explore the diverse subject area that is covered by Creative Media Production and looking to establish your career to in film, television, radio or audio production, the Creative Media Production and Technology course is ideal for you.


What will I study?

The course consists of different units that focus on pre and post-production techniques designed to prepare you for the creative media professional. Specialist units will provide you with basic and creative skills in Digital Media as well as information about a range of Media Practitioners and industry job roles. You will learn the following skills:

Camera techniques

Video editing techniques

Sound recording

Sound editing techniques

Planning and research


Interactive media




Entry Requirements

5 GCSEs at Grade C/4 including English Language and maths or completion of Level 2 course.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed by project work and a portfolio of evidence.

Our UAL qualifications are not exam-based. The projects that you will undertake form the basis of your results which are graded as Pass, Merit, or Distinction.

What can I do next?

Students can progress to Media related degree courses or  directly to employment within the creative industries.

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