As well as working in both film and digital Formats, you will be shooting in different locations, both in the studio and out. You will be able to explore and experiment with other media including scanography, cyanotype, digital manipulation and appropriate combinations of media.
Component One (60%):
This coursework unit is developed from start to finish by the student allowing them to explore their ideas and skills fully and independently.
Component Two (40%):
This is a coursework unit which is set by the examination board, the students select their topic, create a shorter body of work and complete their projects under examination conditions. The exam is 15 Hours.
If you intend to study a programme of three A-level subjects or two A-level subjects and one BTEC Extended Certificate subject:
- You will need a minimum of five GCSEs at grades 4 or above including English Language and Maths. If you haven’t achieved a grade 4 in GCSE Maths, there may be an opportunity to re-sit this alongside your other subjects.
Additional entry requirements:
- GCSE Photography 4 or above
- GCSE Art 4 or above
- BTEC Art and Design at Merit or above
- Non-GCSE and BTEC students will be considered on an individual basis
The College will always treat each applicant as an individual. Should you not have or not expect to obtain the grades stated above, or not have relevant industry-related experience, the College would still welcome your application for this course as this will enable us to identify whether this course is, in fact, the right course for you or whether another course may be more appropriate.
- Component One (60%)
- Component Two (40%)
- Higher/Degree Apprenticeship
- Digital Marketing
- Graphic Designer
As an A-level student you will be based at our South Sefton Campus. This is a multi-million pound campus for dedicated to A-levels and was opened in 2009.
You will take three subjects over two years.
We offer a small number of BTEC courses at South Sefton Campus. You can study one BTEC course alongside your two A-levels.
It is not expected that a student would attend both sites, but the feasibility of this would be discussed on an individual basis. Potential timetable clashes and workload would need to be considered in detail for this to be a possibility.