top up degree student working in our studio

Confetti now offers top-up degrees that will allow you to top-up your current Foundation Degree into a full BSc degree in your chosen subject.

These top-up degrees have been validated by Nottingham Trent University and will be solely delivered at Confetti allowing you to be a Confetti student alongside the advantages of being an NTU student. You will have access to all NTU facilities including the Students’ Union and opportunities to join clubs, societies and attend NTU’s Welcome Week.

Each course contains a specially designed set of brand new modules built around teaching you industry-specific skills and software at a higher level. This will allow you to expand on your existing skillset and increase your independence, preparing you for future employment within your chosen specialist field.

Entry requirements

  • Progression from an FdSc degree or level 5 qualification in relevant subject area
  • Other combinations of Level 5 qualifications, and qualifications not currently listed on the UCAS tariff may also be considered
  • Mature students with relevant experience and/or qualifications within a relevant subject area, are welcome to apply
  • Non-UK qualifications will be assessed in comparison to their UK equivalents
  • In exceptional circumstances students with APEL will be considered for admission to the course

UCAS code: J932

Modules:

  • Audio Mastering (20 credits)
  • Recording on Location (20 credits)
  • Music and Sound for Visual Media (40 credits)
  • Technology Investigation (40 credits)

Features:

  • Work in bespoke IT and audio production facilities
  • Work with industry standard software and hardware
  • Direct interaction with clients and employers, working on live client briefs

UCAS code: P314

Modules

  • Technology Investigation (40 Credits)
  • Digital Film Production (40 Credits)
  • Special Effects (20 Credits)
  • Exhibition (20 Credits)

Features:

  • Designed to provide graduates with the core skills required to work in the film industry
  • Teaches advanced computer skills working with industry standard post production software combined with a detailed understanding of the mathematical and scientific principles that underpin this subject area
  • Programme is designed around employability – students develop industry facing skills combined with creativity, good communications and organisational skills
  • Integration of problem solving and diagnostic testing and intensive tuition in increasingly complex software and hardware will increase student’s experience of creating and experimenting with a range of different production processes.

UCAS code: P310

Modules

  • Technology Investigation (40 Credits)
  • Advanced Studio Production (40 Credits)
  • Outside Broadcast (20 Credits)
  • Broadcast Technology Workflows (20 Credits)

Features:

  • Designed to provide graduates with the core skills required to work in the television industry
  • Teaches advanced computer skills working with industry standard post production software combined with a detailed understanding of the mathematical and scientific principles that underpin this subject area
  • Programme is designed around employability – students develop industry facing skills combined with creativity, good communications and organisational skills
  • Integration of problem solving and diagnostic testing and intensive tuition in increasingly complex software and hardware will increase student’s experience of creating and experimenting with a range of different production processes

There are no more spaces available on this top-up course for September 2016!

UCAS code: I610

Modules

  • Technology Investigation (40 Credits)
  • 3D Workflow for Industry (40 Credits)
  • Games Engines (20 Credits)
  • Animation for Games (20 Credits)

Features:

  • Opportunity to engage with industry professionals through the contacts of Confetti Media Group
  • Prepare you for industry by expanding communication and project management skills
  • Gives you the opportunity to investigate areas of specialism within the Games Technology remit
  • Study of advanced Games Technology software and workflow practices
  • Access to CICT’s annual Industry Week

UCAS code: J933

Modules:

  • Sustainable Logistics and Production Management (20 credits)
  • Live Broadcast Technology and Practice (20 credits)
  • Emerging Technologies in Live Events (40 credits)
  • Technology Investigation (40 credits)

Features:

  • Work with a real-world client to implement a live broadcast
  • Work with industry standard software and hardware
  • Explore cutting edge and emerging approaches to event production

UCAS code: I701

Modules:

  • Look Development and Lighting for Visual Effects (20 credits)
  • Emerging Technology & Innovation (20 credits)
  • Visual Effects Production (40 credits)
  • Technology Investigation (40 credits)

Features:

  • Develop core technological disciplines involved in the production and post production of professional visual effects content
  • Work with industry standard software and hardware
  • Direct interaction with clients and employers, working on live client briefs