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Level 3 Media, Film and TV Production

Level 3 Media, Film and TV Production


Media, Games Design and Photography

Level 3 Media, Film And TV Production WIG


Are you interested in all aspects of media, but not sure which direction to go in? Perhaps you’d like to develop a wide variety of media skills?

The Level 3 Media course at our Wigston Campus will equip you with a wide range of media skills that will help you gain employment within the industry or progress onto higher education. During the two years of Level 3, you will participate in a wide variety of units and learn to use a variety of software and utilise our TV and radio studios for your practical work. So whether you're interested in design, photography, audio or visual work, you’ll have an opportunity to experience all the essential skills for working in the media industry. Whilst you’re on the course, you will be encouraged to participate in competitions and apply for residential study with industry bodies.


  • Analyse media products and audiences
  • Produce an audiovisual product
  • Produce and audio product
  • Produce a graphic design product
  • Sound for media products
  • Print advertising
  • Web design
  • Radio drama production
  • Talk and music radio production
  • Photography
  • Film
  • Visual effects for film and TV
  • Animation production
  • Production and post-production for film
  • Plan a media exhibition or event
  • Career planning
  • Scriptwriting

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements are 5 GCSE at Grade C/4 or above or a relevant Level 2 qualification.


Stationery, diary, external hard drive USB drives as well as a decent-sized SD card for filming on to, headphones.

Mode of Study


Course Features

Level 3

Full Time





Courses are free for 16-18 who have not studied higher than GCSE's. Even if you have studied a different course at college or sixth form we may still be able to help. Speak to the admissions team for more information. There may be free or reduced costs for adults, contact the admissions team to see if you are eligible.

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Many of our students progress on to university, HNDs, apprenticeships or into employment. Our previous students are working for TV companies as camera operators, studio managers, in radio as presenters, working in marketing, fashion management, digital marketing, or as content creators for digital platforms.

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