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University of West London

INTERIM HIGHER EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT REPORT
1 Information identifying the holder of qualification
1.1 Family name(s):
1.2 Given name(s):
1.3 Date of birth:
1.4 Student identification number or code:

Mulgrew
Jacob Anthony
25-Jun-1996
University of West London student reference number: 21251041
HUSID:* 352564
*HUSID (HESAUnique Student Identifier) is the unique national identifying number for students registered at a UK university. It is defined by HESA, the UK’s Higher
Education Statistics Agency.

2 Information identifying the qualification
2.1 Name of qualification:

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Film Production (not yet awarded)
The power to award degrees is regulated by law in the UK.
2.2 Main field(s) of study:
Film Production
2.3 Name and status of awarding institution: The University of West London - a body recognised by the UK government with taught and research degree awarding
powers
2.4 Name and status of institution (if
The University of West London (as above).
different from 2.3) administering studies:
2.5 Language(s) of instruction/examination: English

3 Information on the level of the qualification
3.1 Level of qualification:
3.2 Official length of programme:
3.3 Access requirement(s):

UK Bachelors Degree with honours (Level 6)
Please refer to section 8 for information on the national higher education system.
Three years
Detailed information regarding admission to the course is available in the following link at: www.uwl.ac.uk

4 Information on the contents and results gained
4.1 Mode of study: Full Time
4.2 Programme requirements:
ABachelor's degree with Honours is normally obtained after 3 years full time study or part time equivalent.
360 credits (180 ECTS) at FHEQ Levels 4, 5 and 6 with at least 240 credits being achieved at FHEQ levels 5 and 6, with a minimum of 120 credits at FHEQ Level 6.
The course aims to produce graduates who develop careers in television, film production, cinema programming, television research, camera and lighting operation, postproduction and related areas. It covers practical video, TV production and post-production techniques, as well as theoretical approaches to film.
In year 1, students take modules in Digital Video Production, Contemporary Industry Practice, The Moving Image, Post Production Art and Technique, and Camera, Lighting
and Sound. Year 2 introduces Documentary Production, Screenwriting, Film Movements, TV Studio Practice and a work placement; year 3 introduces more independent
work and students work on a project or dissertation alongside modules in Experimental Film and Video, Directing Fiction, Genres, as well as Identity and Difference.
Upon completion of the course, the graduates have :
Acritical awareness of theoretical approaches to film.
An in-depth knowledge of key video production and filmic techniques and a systematic and critical understanding of the relationship between practice and theory.
Acomprehensive and critical understanding of film and TV production practice.
The ability to critically analyse and effectively evaluate process and product in relation to video.
4.3 Programme details
Notes for Guidance
ECTS European Credit and Transfer System
20 credits equate to 10 ECTS credits.
http://ec.europa.eu/education/tools/ects_en.htm

Qualification start date
Qualification award date
Qualification awarded
Academic year 2016/17
Module Code Module Title
MA60003E Identity and Difference
MA60008E Genres

Accreditation of Prior (Experimental) Learning
APL = AP(E)L received for module without mark value
APV = AP(E)L received for module with mark value
APG = General credits for module through AP(E)L
APS = Student admitted with advanced standing

01-Sep-2014
Not yet awarded
Not yet awarded

Grade Mark Level Credit ECTS
P
61 6
20
10
P
70 6
20
10

Further abbreviations used
n/a not applicable
202 20 credits have been achieved at the second
attempt

MA60036E
MA60038E
MA60097E

Experimental Film & Video
Directing Fiction
Project (Media)

P
P
P

71
40
72

6
6
6

20
20
40

10
10
20

Academic year 2015/16
Module Code Module Title
MA50007E Documentary Production
MA50013E Screenwriting
MA50016E Film Movements
MA50059E TV Studio Production
MA50078E Recording Reality
MA50106E Industry Experience

Grade Mark Level Credit ECTS
P
73 5
20
10
P
74 5
20
10
P
53 5
20
10
P
73 5
20
10
P
66 5
20
10
P
58 5
20
10

Academic year 2014/15
Module Code Module Title
MA40008E Video 1: Digital Video Production
MA40013E The Moving Image
MA40029E Post - Production : Art & Technique
MA40030E Camera, Lighting Sound
MA40031E Contemporary Industry Practice
MA40066E Moving Image Two

Grade Mark Level Credit ECTS
P
69 4
20
10
P
73 4
20
10
P
80 4
20
10
P
74 4
20
10
P
59 4
20
10
P
69 4
20
10

4.4 Grading scheme:
Module Grades and Denomintators

BA / BSc Honours Degree Classification

P Pass

1 First Class Honours
2.1 Second Class Honours (First Division)
2.2 Second Class Honours (Second Division)
3 Third Class Honours
P Pass Degree

4.5 Overall classification of the qualification (in original language):
First Class Honours

5 Information on the function of the qualification
5.1 Access to futher study:
5.2 Professional status (if applicable):

Access to postgraduate study: Bologna FQ-EHEA2nd cycle degree or diploma
Not applicable.

6 Additional information
6.1 Additional Information: The University of West London has an agreed set of achievements recorded on the HEAR that are outside the academic curriculum. This
section includes additional awards, additional recognised activities and prizes, all items have been verified by the University.
The weight shown allows the University to
Recognised Activities
2016/17

Outstanding Contribution in Student Representation Award

Is awarded an Outstanding Contribution in Student Representation Award for devoting time, energy and enthusiasm across a variety of student union activity with a
particular focus on student representation. They have consistently gone above and beyond what is expected of them by the union and the university in their role as a
student representative.
2016/17

Outstanding Contribution in a Society Award

Is awarded an Outstanding Contribution in a SocietyAward for devoting time, energy and enthusiasm across a variety of student union activity with a particular focus on
society activity. They have consistently gone above and beyond what is expected of them by the union and members of their society.
2015/16

Student Engagement Involvement Award

Is awarded a Student Engagement Involvement Award for volunteering 100 hours across a variety of activity across all areas of student union activity. This includes
areas of activity such as; student representation, campaigning activity, sports and society membership and union volunteer work.
6.2 Further information sources:
Additional information may be obtained from the university's website at: http://www.uwl.ac.uk

7 Certification of the supplement
This section will be available once the award has been ratified by the Award Board.

8 Information on the national higher education system
A_description and diagram of the higher education system in England, Wales and Northern Ireland can be found at:
http://www.qaa.ac.uk/assuring-standards-and-quality

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