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Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media

actualización 10/03/2014

Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media

Presentation and Philosophy:

Regent’s School of Drama, Film & Media (RSDFM), part of Regent’s University London, is a vibrant school led by media industry practitioners, academics and recognised specialists in creative media production.

RSDFM offers foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in acting, theatre, scriptwriting and digital media production.

London being one of the world’s great entertainment and creative industry hubs, RSDFM is ideally situated to provide both valuable theoretical skills and practical, hands-on work placements at TV, film and theatre production companies at the heart of London’s media-land.

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RSDFM’s campus is also a matter of minutes away from Soho, the ‘West End’ and live-music hotspot Camden, allowing students to immerse themselves in London’s vibrant film, music and theatre culture.

Number of students: approximately 4500 full-time students

Number of students in film/animation studies: 125, with an annual intake of +/- 60 students

Number of international students: 75% of students are international, representing over 140 different nationalities

Number of teachers: 17


Degree category/length of studies:

Undergraduate courses:

Acting Foundation Course lasts 2 semesters.

3 years for: BA (Hons) Acting & Global Theatre, BA (Hons) Creative Industries, BA (Hons) Film, TV & Digital Media Production, and BA (Hons) Screenwriting & Producing,

4 years for US accredited BA Film Studies, offered by Regent’s American College London, also part of Regent’s University London

Postgraduate courses:

2 years for post-graduate MA in: Writing for Screen & Stage and in Creative Leadership

Programme objective and content:

The Acting Foundation is a highly practical programme for those who wish to gain the core physical, vocal and communication skills of the actor. You will complete the programme with a personal portfolio reflecting your skills and experience, as well as the confidence and industry know-how to enter this exciting field.

The BA (Hons) Acting & Global Theatre offers training in acting techniques from a range of world theatre cultures.  The programme combines an active mix of theory and practice.  Through a comparative study of world theatres, you will explore your creative potential in acting, voice, movement and theatre-making.  A term spent studying abroad will enable you to savour theatre and performance cultures outside the UK.  All students on this programme will have the opportunity to attend a master class on campus taken by Kevin Spacey as part of his work with us and the Kevin Spacey Foundation.

The BA (Hons) Creative Industries will hone your creativity and technical skills and provide you with the broad training necessary to work at any level in the creative industries, across both creative and decision making management roles. You will develop transferable skills to capitalise on exciting new employment opportunities in this rapidly changing industry.

The BA (Hons) Film, TV & Digital Media Production, created and taught by media professionals, enables student to respond to changes in the modern broadcast landscape. You will learn about "360-degree broadcasting" alongside the traditional skills of directing, producing, sound, lighting, camera, editing and production management.  This degree will provide you with the full range of transferable skills you will need to succeed in this highly competitive industry.

The BA (Hons) Screenwriting & Producing is designed to develop the next generation of writers and producers for the screen, i.e., individuals who will work on both sides of the film and television industry.  Going further than a traditional screenwriting degree, this programme also trains and educations new young writers in the commercial and production side of the screen industry, and develops key skills which are essential for the career success of a writer or producer.

The MA Writing for Screen & Stage is a part-time, flexible learning programme designed to provide you with the writing skills essential for the screen industry and the theatre. You will develop transferable script skills which can be deployed in all areas of origination and creative analysis and which will enhance you employment prospects in a very wide and varied industry – not only as a writer, but also as a script editor, reader, developer, producer, director, agent or distributor.

The MA Creative Leadership is a part-time, transdisciplinary programme that works across traditional academic boundaries to help professionals meet the leadership challenges of today’s complex, fast-changing world.  It has been designed for experienced professionals from diverse backgrounds and is relevant for leaders and managers in both commercial and non-profit organisations as well as people who want to make a difference in their careers and communities.

Admission and entry requirements:

Foundation requirements

A minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, including Maths and English

Equivalent international qualifications, as recommended by the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) will be accepted

English Proficiency test (for those whose mother tongue is not English)

Undergraduate requirements

A minimum of 2 A Levels at grade C or above, and 5 GCSEs at grade C or above, including Maths and English

Equivalent international qualifications, as recommended by the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) will be accepted

English Proficiency test (for those whose mother tongue is not English)

MA Writing for Screen & Stage

A minimum of a lower second class UK Honours undergraduate degree (2:ii), or its international equivalent, in any discipline, from a recognised institution.

Candidates have to submit a sample of their creative writingand to undertakean interview with Course Leader

English Proficiency test (for those whose mother tongue is not English)

MA Creative Leadership

A minimum of 5 years, full-time, relevant work experience

Fluency in English

Submit a 1,500 word personal statement outlining why you want to join the MA Creative Leadership, how your experience is relevant and how you will contribute to the programme

Attend an interview with the programme’s postgraduate admissions panel

Tuition fees: between £9,600 (foundation) and £14,750 (BA) depending on the chosen programme

Deadline: rolling admissions system, no formal deadlines.


School Information:

Regents University London,

Inner Circle, Regent’s Park

London, NW1 4NS

United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7487 7505



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