Why choose a ScreenSkills Select course?
With so many college and university courses in screen to choose from, it can be hard to find the best course for you and your future career.
If you’re determined to start a career in film, TV, VFX, animation or games, then ScreenSkills Select gives you the confidence to make an informed choice. All endorsed courses have gone through a rigorous process and must show evidence of the highest level of quality and industry relevance.
Preparing you for industry
Embarking on a ScreenSkills Select college or university course gives you confidence that you will receive excellent preparation for entering the screen industries.
All ScreenSkills Select courses are assessed by our team of highly-regarded industry evaluators, who use rigorous criteria and provide annual feedback to help further strengthen links and relevance to the industry. We make sure that courses are addressing the main priorities for screen employers, making it easier for you to get the job you want after finishing your studies.
You also get access to a range of benefits, connecting you closer to the industry and helping you kickstart a career at the end of your course.
Having ScreenSkills Select endorsement is extremely important in recognising the quality of our teaching and our commitment to our students and alumni.Duncan Howell, Course Leader BA (Hons) Design for Film & Television, Nottingham Trent University
Employability training events
We organise employability training events for ScreenSkills Select students. These intensive one-day workshops help you prepare for job interviews and work placements, network and pitch with industry and understand what freelancing really means.
UK BAFTA Scholarships
Students on ScreenSkills Select college or university courses are eligible to apply for a UK BAFTA scholarship for up to £12,000 towards undergraduate or postgraduate course fees. Find out more on the BAFTA website.
Royal Television Society Bursaries
Students on many ScreenSkills Select undergraduate courses in TV production and film are eligible to apply for a Royal Television Society (RTS) bursary. Click the drop down below to see the list of eligible courses.
- Bournemouth University, BA (Hons) Computer Animation Technical Arts
- Buckinghamshire New University, BA (Hons) Film & TV production
- Edinburgh Napier University (Screen Academy Scotland), BA (Hons) Television
- Falmouth University, BA (Hons) Film
- Glasgow Clyde College, HNC/HND Creative Industries: TV
- Liverpool John Moores University, BA (Hons) Media Production
- London South Bank University, BA (Hons) Film Practice
- Met Film School, BA Practical Filmmaking
- Northern Film School/Leeds Beckett University, BA (Hons) Filmmaking
- Norwich University of the Arts, BA (Hons) Film & Moving Image Production
- Nottingham Trent University, BA (Hons) Design for Film & Television
- Solent University, BA (Hons) Television & Video Production
- Solent University, BA (Hons) Post Production for Film and Television
- Solent University, BA (Hons) Television Studio Production
- Teesside University, BA (Hons) Computer Character Animation
- Teesside University, BA (Hons) Visual Effects
- University for the Creative Arts Rochester, BA (Hons) Computer Animation Arts
- University of Bolton, BSc Visual Effects for Film & TV
- University of Gloucestershire, BA (Hons) Film Production
- University of Gloucestershire, BA (Hons) Television Production
- University of Hertfordshire, BA (Hons) Model Design Programme / BA (Hons) Model Effects / BA (Hons) Character & Creative Effects BA (Hons) Special Effects
- University of Hertfordshire, (Hons) 2D Animation and Character for Digital MediaUniversity of HertfordshireBA (Hons) 3D Digital Animation
- University of Hertfordshire, BA (Hons) Film & Television Production
- University of Hertfordshire, BA (Hons) Visual Effects for Film and Television
- University of Portsmouth, BA (Hons) Film Production
- University of Portsmouth, BSc Television & Broadcasting
- University of South Wales, BA Hons Computer Animation
- University of South Wales, BA (Hons) Animation (2D and Stop Motion)
- University of South Wales, BA (Hons) Film
- University of South Wales, BA (Hons) Visual Effects and Motion Graphics
- University of the West of England, BristolBA (Hons) Filmmaking
- University of Westminster BA, (Hons) Film
- University of Westminster BA, (Hons) CMP Contemporary Media Practice
- University of YorkBSc (Hons), Film & Television Production
Further ScreenSkills benefits
We will regularly let your course know about wider ScreenSkills initiatives and events that could help you prepare to work in the screen industries. Click the dropdowns below to find out more about some of these opportunities.
ScreenSkills Open Doors
Students on ScreenSkills Select courses are given priority booking to ScreenSkills entry-level events including Open Doors. Our Open Doors are where students can meet local professionals from film, TV and media production companies and have the opportunity to network with industry and peers. See if a ScreenSkills Open Doors event is coming to your area soon.
Graduates from ScreenSkills Select university and college courses are encouraged to apply to Trainee Finder a year-long industry-funded scheme that places trainees into paid placements on productions that contribute to the ScreenSkills skills funds. Placements run across the UK’s film, high-end TV and children's television industries. Trainee Finder assists trainees both in paid placements and through a year-long programme of engagement including industry events, short courses and ongoing one-to-one support.
Testimonials from endorsed course students
Digital imaging technician Calum Weir
Calum has worked on productions such as Outlander and Temple since doing a ScreenSkills endorsed degree at Glasgow Clyde College. Read more.
Series researcher Greg Wycislok
A ScreenSkills endorsed degree in TV production gave Greg the valuable skills he needed to work in TV as a series researcher. Read more.
Digital imaging technician Christy Kail
Christy found his direction within the industry and became a DIT only 18 months after taking a ScreenSkills endorsed course. Read more.
Art department assistant Katie Deacon
Katie started her journey in the screen industry with a ScreenSkills endorsed course at the University of South Wales. Read more.
Documentary director Inma de Reyes
Inma developed her transferable theatrical skills using a ScreenSkills endorsed MA in film directing to become a documentary director. Read more.
Art department assistant Kayleigh Miller
Graduating from a ScreenSkills-endorsed university course gave Kayleigh the skills to enter the art department. Read more.