Ravensbourne University London - BA (Hons) Digital Television Production

Ravensbourne University London

BA (Hons) Digital Television Production

The digital television production degree is led by production and broadcast experts and taught through a mix of practical and theory-based learning. You will develop a varied skillset that covers all areas of television production and the wider broadcast media. You will be taught through a blend of practice and theory-based learning, which includes lectures, workshops, seminars, projects and self-directed study. 

Why study this digital TV production degree?

  • Provider of high-end television training for over 40 years
  • Receive a first-class education in live television broadcasting
  • Exceptional TV production resources and facilities
  • Small class numbers enhance student experience and tutor access
  • Industry networking and top work experience opportunities
  • Showcase your work at The Degree show
  • High post-graduation employment rates 
  • Learn through challenging, real-world projects

You will learn to broadcast live and create multi-platform television content that embraces emerging technologies. You will develop TV formats, write scripts, pitch to commissioning editors and present ideas to clients in response to live briefs.

Entry Requirements


Academic 5.5 overall and a minimum of 5.5 in each component: reading, writing, speaking, listening.

Career Prospects

This contemporary TV production course in London will prepare you for a broad range of careers in television, broadcast and video production. This could include roles such as producer, director, production manager, scriptwriter, researcher, floor manager, multi-skilled operator, camera operator, vision mixer, sound recordist, lighting technician and editor.

Course Details

Year 1

Students will build basic knowledge in traditional methods of broadcasting.

Alongside this, they will learn about the television industry and develop an awareness of multi-platform delivery and how to develop viable TV format ideas.

They will cover studio and location production techniques in a range of genres including drama and factual programming.

Year 2

Students will apply the production skills and techniques gained in the first year and experiment creatively on increasingly challenging projects.

They will develop audience-led approaches to documentary, entertainment, live and interactive programmes. At the same time, they will continue to develop their own ideas and entrepreneurial skills.

The elective units include options to work on the Royal Shakespeare Company Live Broadcasts or taking on a management or production role in our new student-led TV channel RaveTV.

Students can also select a specialist post-production unit or a choice of other electives within the Media School.

Year 3

In the final level, academic and industry research forms the core of your studies with the dissertation unit.

The professional initiatives unit involves individual research into new trends and emerging technologies such as Augmented Reality and 360degree video.

In creative futures Students will work in a group to realise a project using one of the technologies researched in the first term.

Finally, the portfolio unit allows students to build a portfolio of self-initiated work and experiment with ideas and new media solutions that prepare them for professional practice.

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