Film (By Negotiated Study) MA

Location Distance Learning
Duration 3 Years
Course start March, June, September, November

Course outline

The Raindance Postgraduate Film degree allows you to gain an MA or MSc in a film-related field of your own choosing, in a structure you personally negotiate with your tutors, industry collaborators and the university.

This is the ideal postgraduate film degree for someone on-the-go. Full time or part time, online or London based. A modular study programme in which you design 80% of the programme in negotiation with mentors and industry experts.

Raindance now has 125 students on six continents divided between the London based study groups and international online groups.

Develop a film project or move your screenplay to completion with expert industry guidance from Raindance - Europe's largest film training provider & independent film festival.

A unique aspect of this course is that the teaching and supervision is by Film industry professionals.  Learn how you can take your film career aspirations to the next level.

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Entry requirements

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The assessments are highly practical, a portion of the assessment being practical, along with written reports, reflective blogs. There are no formal examinations on this award. Each assessment is negotiated by the student and mentor specifically to maximise the learning experience on the modules.

Graduate destinations

We have over 100 graduates of this programme who work in all kinds of industries developing their film philosophy and making movies.

Meet the experts

Join Raindance Founder Elliot Grove in discussion as he answers your questions personally about our postgraduate programme. Tiska Wiedermann, Programme Director, walks you through what this programme looks like and discusses how you can design this degree for your own career objectives.


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