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Sean Conway

Media Production

I transferred to the Media Production course at Northumbria from another course at a similar university.  The differences, however, were immediate.  I spoke to the tutors at Northumbria more in two days than I did in two years at my previous university!

The Media Production course epitomises the ethic 'the more effort you put in, the more reward you will receive'.  You need motivation and commitment as well as creativity and originality.  I feel this course will be a good foundation for a career as a writer/director.  The Film Theory and Scriptwriting aspects have been particularly beneficial to me.

The course is full of like minded individuals who like both to watch and to make films.  I have made many friends at Northumbria, tutors as well as fellow students, and these friendships will continue long after I graduate.

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