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Film, Radio, TV and Other Media Studies

Warnborough College

16 months
7200 EUR/year
7200 EUR/year
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The MA in Film, Radio, TV and Other Media Studies program from Warnborough College explores cinema from wholly interdisciplinary perspectives. Our core modules are designed to provide an essential general understanding of film and film theory. 


Students go on to choose electives from a secondary disciplinary perspective (e.g., literature, history, sociology, political science, philosophy, art history, music, etc.). Students may work within a particular film genre or take a thematic investigative approach to a number of film genres.

Graduate learners will analyse the dialogue between culture and cinema, heighten their understanding of multiculturalism, disciplinary integration and contemporary thought and interpretation as ‘revealed’ in films.

Who Should Do This?

The MA in Film Studies is for students who intend to develop professional careers in film, screenwriting, the humanities, history, journalism, etc. (all of which may include teaching at the college level). Some of these areas will require additional study at the Ph.D level. Students wishing to become film historians should plan on proceeding to the doctoral programme, and structure their Masters programme accordingly.

Entry requires a recognised undergraduate degree. Beyond the general requirements of Warnborough College Ireland, no other general pre-requisites are required. Some students may be exempt from certain modules (courses) in the curriculum, based on prior coursework, and/or a demonstrated knowledge of film studies. Modules taken at any time during the learner’s career may be counted toward the degree, if they fulfill appropriate requirements. Students who already hold a BA or BFA degree in Film Studies may be able to replace some of the foundation modules required with electives.

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Historiography
  • Film Theory and Criticism
  • The History of Film
  • Film Genres: Analysis of the Major Cinema Genres
  • Film Culture: The Collaborative Components of Filmmaking

Key information


  • Part-time
    • 16 months

Start dates & application deadlines

You can apply for and start this programme anytime.
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120 ECTS



Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

  • Candidates should possess at least a recognised undergraduate degree in the same or related discipline. We are willing to consider other criteria for admission on an individual basis.
    • A full curriculum vitae/resumé.
    • A brief autobiography. 
    • A brief research proposal, if you are choosing either research or projects options. 
    • Copies of all academic transcripts. Please include English translations if your transcripts are in another language.
    • Two references. From employers, business partners, and/or academics.
    • A scanned copy of your passport or government-issued ID showing your name, date of birth and photograph.
    • Two passport-size photographs (if you are posting a paper application).
    • Application fee of €100.
    • All other relevant and related information or documentation (e.g. scholarship requests, etc.)

Tuition Fee

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  • International

    7200 EUR/year
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the tuition of 9600 EUR for the full programme during 16 months.
  • EU/EEA

    7200 EUR/year
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the tuition of 9600 EUR for the full programme during 16 months.


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