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Film and television courses

Gain the skills needed for success in the film and TV industry

Take the next steps to starting your career in Film and TV. Learn technical know-how and critical thinking from tutors with strong industry experience working as directors, producers and broadcasters from C4, the BBC, ITV.

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Discover more about our range of courses and get a feel for life at Middlesex for yourself at our next Open Day.

Why study film and television at Middlesex?

Our film and television facilities are second to none and include a professionally equipped motion capture studio, green screen room for virtual production, suites of digital workstations, 3D printing and scanning studio and a music recording studio. We offer filmmaker courses, screenwriter training, cinema skills and much more in our popular media degrees.

What will you learn/gain?

You can hire specialised equipment for your projects free of charge on all our media  undergraduate degrees. There is a wealth of specialist technical help in our workshops from professionals dedicated to helping you achieve excellence.

What are your career prospects?

Follow in the footsteps of a long list of decorated alumni. Graduates have gone on to work on the latest Star Wars productions, for Disney, BBC, set up their own companies and continued their studies at the National Film and Television School.

  • Postgraduate taught courses
  • Undergraduate Year 2/Year 3 entry courses

Our Film and TV courses at a glance

World-class film facilities

Highly experienced staff

Strong industry links

Our Film and TV facilities

Our television studio complex is a self-contained facility and provides an environment identical to most broadcast installations.

Explore all our Media facilities

GLA Creative Skills Academy

The GLA Creative Skills Academy (one of four in the capital) is a partnership between Middlesex University, London Higher, Film London and the Capital City College Group. It focuses primarily on the screen sector, which employs more than 211,000 people and has a turnover of £40 billion per year.

Read more about the GLA Creative Skills Academy

Meet Our Grads: Film and Television

Want to learn more about how we support you with your career hear from our Film students.

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