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#IFTNTraining: Film Courses from Pulse College in 2017
2017-01-21 9:00:00 : Katie McNeice
Pulse College has been delivering a range of higher level diploma and degree programmes in film production, music production and music technology, film scoring, animation and game development for over twenty-five years.

The courses on offer range from introductory level training for beginners to diploma, degree and masters programmes for those looking to create a lasting career.

We run through a selection of Pulse College training programmes for 2017 below:

What film and television courses do Pulse College have in the CAO?

BA in Film & Television Production, CAO Code: GC466
The BA in Film and Television Production – delivered in conjunction with Griffith College – is a rigorous, three-year programme aimed at developing core technical and production skills alongside an aesthetic and historical appreciation of the development of the film and television industries.

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How does this course prepare students for working in the industry?

This programme equips students with key skills in writing, directing, production, cinematography, sound and editing, ensuring an industry-standard showreel upon graduation. The course offers hands-on involvement in projects supervised by industry-drawn teaching staff, the ability to specialise in industry-specific electives, on-set visits, and a wide-ranging exposure to key industry roles. Guest sessions and masterclasses with professionals drawn from every sector of the world of film and television allows students to build on their network and develop key relationships with the industry.

More Film Courses at Pulse College

Diploma in Film Production (1 Year, Full Time)
Pulse College’s Full-Time Diploma in Film Production is one of the most respected courses of its type in Ireland. The Diploma has been designed in conjunction with and run by industry professionals. In addition to in-depth training, you will get the chance to collaborate with experts and students from the Audio, Games and Animation courses within Pulse College, which fuels the production of a wide variety of professional quality work for inclusion in your final showreel.

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Diploma in Film Production (2 Years, Part Time)
The following course allows students to study for the diploma over two years, rather than one.

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What makes Pulse unique for prospective students?

Delivered by highly respected professionals, using industry standard hardware and software, Pulse College’s film courses are practically based, designed specifically to prepare you for the workplace or advance your skills to the highest professional level.

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