Learning and teaching

School of Film and TV Arts

The School of Film and TV Arts is committed to excellence in teaching. The delivery of our programmes adopts the teaching and learning strategies of the University of Liverpool and focuses on independent learning under tutors' guidance. The school's exclusive use of English as the medium of instruction, and of a 'British' teaching style, create a learning environment that enables students to adapt to western educational culture and to become lifelong learners.

The school runs undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, which are open to arts and science applicants (through the Chinese domestic admissions system) as well as international applicants.

Students interested in a career in the areas of communication, media, film and television production, digital arts and online work, study on our programmes. Our graduates successfully pursue careers in industry sectors requiring a high level of media production and analysis ability, as well as a good knowledge of communicative and journalistic practices paired with general communication and media skills.

After learning with us, students are equipped to follow career paths as online presenters, journalists, editors, film-makers, digital content creators, broadcasting specialists and advertisers.

Download a taster class presentation (Microsoft Powerpoint).