You will learn about the popularity and power of film and its importance across a variety of contexts. Your studies will enhance your understanding of film and film practices, while also developing critical and analytical thinking skills. Across all three levels of the degree, you will study the historical, social, aesthetic, industrial and economic pressures that have shaped film into a popular global cultural form.
Why Study Film Studies with us?
Our course examines key films, movements and moments in film history.
You have the opportunity to demonstrate an understanding of theory through creative film practice. Which could be via the design or creation of artefacts such as storyboards or short films. There are also opportunities for you to pursue topics of particular interest to you.
The course can be combined with a variety of complementary subjects on the Warrington Campus.
The Warrington Campus provides a close-knit community, innovative courses, and a strong focus on employability and transferable skills.
The campus has a range of specialist training, academic and leisure facilities across its 30-acre site. It is home to the North West Media Centre, the Warrington School of Management, dedicated police training facilities and practical nursing workspace.
With the Department of Sport and Community Engagement on site you can enjoy superb sports facilities for academic, recreational and competitive use such as an astro-turf pitch, fitness suite, running track and sports hall which hosts a variety of fitness classes. We’re also the training base for local Rugby League team Warrington Wolves.
Outside of the classroom, open-access computer labs and the £2.3million learning resource centre and library are available for all students.
Following £12million of investment the Warrington Campus combines the best of long-established university traditions with modern developments.
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Open Days 2017
Visit us at an Open Day and find out what it’s really like to study at the University of Chester.
- Saturday 28th October (MA Art Therapy only)